By Alex Marland
The pursuit of political energy is strategic as by no means earlier than. Ministers, MPs, and applicants parrot an identical catchphrases. the general public provider has turn into politicized. And choice making is more and more centralized within the leading Minister’s place of work. what's taking place to our democracy? To unravel this, Alex Marland reviewed inner political celebration records, media stories, and files bought via entry to details requests, and interviewed Ottawa insiders. He came across that during the face of swift alterations in communique expertise, the infusion of company advertising and marketing techniques has instilled a tradition of centralized political regulate. on the middle of the method is model regulate; at stake is democracy as we all know it.
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