Executive Summary of the 2013 FDA Global Electoral Fairness Report on Canada
The Foundation for Democratic Advancement (FDA) concludes that the Canadian federal electoral system is mediocre as determined by the overall unsatisfactory passing audit score of 64.49 percent (out of 100 percent). FDA auditors measured
- Failing score for legislation pertaining to media election coverage (47.35 percent).
- Unsatisfactory score for legislation pertaining to candidates and parties (58.93 percent).
- Satisfactory score for legislation pertaining to voters (73.52 percent).
- Very satisfactory score for legislation pertaining to electoral finance (78.15 percent).
"If liberty and equality, as is thought by some, are chiefly to be found in democracy, they will be best attained when all persons alike share in government to the utmost."
2013 FDA Global Electoral Fairness Report on Canada
May 30, 2013 FDA Webinar on 2013 Electoral Fairness Report on Canada. To register click on link
Report Snapshot for Media