There's always plenty to chat about with Kady O'Malley.
On Wednesdays, CBCNews.ca's Politics blogger convenes a "people's caucus" to discuss and debate the issues of the week, so far.
Featured this week:
- Auditor General Michael Ferguson's spring report outlined a series of shortcomings across several departments. How adequate was the government's response?
- A Tuesday report from Elections Canada admits to thousands of errors and paperwork issues at polling stations across Canada in 2011. Meanwhile, budget cuts to the agency translate into an abandonment of its online voting pursuit. How much faith do you have in Elections Canada?
- Tom Mulcair and the federal NDP are still siding with the consensus position at Quebec's National Assembly, questioning whether the Supreme Court is being sufficiently transparent over its role in the 1982 patriation of the Constitution. On Tuesday, federalist-separatist war veteran Stéphane Dion wrote the federal NDP to strongly disagree with its strategy. Is it smart for the federal NDP to intervene in this dispute?
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