Comment 35892

By alittlelate (anonymous) | Posted November 30, 2009 at 13:36:38

"No GG has ever refused to accept a Prime Minister's prorogue request;"

Please get your facts right. In 1926 the governor general Lord Byng refused Mackenzie Kings request to prorogue parliament because he thought there was a chance of forming a conservative government (who at the time had more seats then the liberals, who were in power with the support of the progressives). Before we can even start discussing right and wrong the author should consider taking a political science class.

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