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Friday, 22 January 2010 13:32
End Prorogue of Canada's Federal Parliament

Joan Russow, Ph.D. -
Global Compliance Research Project -  Governor General must invoke Article V to remove Harper, impugned Conservative MPs and then to summon Parliament.

How long will Canadians be prepared for the sake of avoiding an election to allow an unethical government which has engaged in fraudulent practices, evasive techniques, and unscrupulous actions to govern? How much longer will a compliant Governor General support such practices, techniques and actions?

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The Governor General has erred thrice in dissolving and proroguing Parliament twice, (under Article VI) of her Letters Patent. Now she must correctly use her residual powers under Article V to remove Harper and the Conservative MPs benefiting from 2006 in-and-out funding, from office. for criminal negligence and for election fraud. It is incumbent upon the Governor General, on January 25 2010 when the Opposition Parties appear at Parliament, to invoke Article VI of the Lettres Patent to summon Parliament, and then call upon the Opposition Parties to govern.

http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/invoke-article-v-and-remove-harper-for-negligence 

GOVERNOR GENERAL MISUSED TWO OF HER POWERS UNDER ARTICLE VI

THE GOVERNOR GENERAL, UNDER ARTICLE VI, OF THE LETTRES PATENT HAS INCORRECTLY PERFORMED HER RESIDUAL ROLE OF DISSOLVING AND PROROGUING PARLIAMENT;

VI. "AND WE DO FURTHER AUTHORIZE AND EMPOWER OUR GOVERNOR GENERAL TO EXERCISE ALL POWERS LAWFULLY BELONGING TO US IN RESPECT OF SUMMONING, PROROGUING OR DISSOLVING THE PARLIAMENT OF CANADA."

No other country, other than established dictatorships, would tolerate Harper's abuse of power; in the 2006 election, he fraudulently engaged in an in-and-out funding scheme that was in violation of the Elections Act; when he and his party were called to account before the Parliamentary Committee on Ethics, he advised the 67 elected representatives that were involved in the scheme not to appear, and then stepped down as Prime Minister and called upon the Governor General to dissolve Parliament and grant an election,. Consequently the Parliamentary Ethics Committee was dissolved. When faced with a non-confidence vote, he called upon the compliant Governor General to prorogue Parliament which she did, even when there was an opportunity to call upon a coalition representing the majority of elected representatives to govern. Now to evade a full investigation he wants to prorogue Parliament and bring about the dissolution of the committee investigating Canada's complicity in the violation of the Convention Against Torture.

Not only has he demonstrated the fundamental constitutional flaws in Canada but he has also caused Canada to become an international pariah; from his failure to adopt in 2007 the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, to his abysmal record on the issue of climate change, and his disregard for Geneva Conventions and the Convention Against Torture.

GOVERNOR GENERAL MUST CORRECTLY USE HER RESIDUAL POWERS UNDER ARTICLE V OF HER LETTERS PATENT.

It is now time to exercise correctly her residual power under Article V.

"AND WE DO FURTHER AUTHORIZE AND EMPOWER OUR GOVERNOR GENERAL, SO FAR AS WE LAWFULLY MAY, UPON SUFFICIENT CAUSE TO HIM APPEARING, TO REMOVE FROM HIS OFFICE, OR TO SUSPEND FROM THE EXERCISE OF THE SAME, ANY PERSON EXERCISING ANY OFFICE WITHIN CANADA, UNDER OR BY VIRTUE OF ANY COMMISSION OR WARRANT GRANTED, OR WHICH MAY BE GRANTED, BY US IN OUR NAME OR UNDER OUR AUTHORITY."

There is sufficient cause - gross negligence and election fraud - to remove Harper and other Conservative MPs, for impugned actions, from office.

GROSS OR CRIMINAL NEGLIGENCE

(i) Climate change

At Copenhagen, Canada was finally on the map; it was clear in Table 1 of Annex Commitments in the so-called Copenhagen Accord that Canada had used the 2006 base<LINE, agenda.

At the COP 15 Conference, Harper, as Prime Minister, under the Canadian Constitution can enter into a legally binding agreement. At COP 15, he ignored all the new emerging scientific evidence that was presented, by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), and by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) about the consequences from climate change being increasingly more serious than anticipated in the IPCC 2007 report which was based on 2004 and 2005 data. Even though at several times his minority government had been urged by the other Opposition Parties to agree to a commitment by Canada to decrease greenhouse gas emissions by 25% below 1990 levels, he refused to change his announced commitment to 20% below 2006 levels (3% below 1990 levels). His failure to act responsibly on the urgent issue of climate change demonstrated gross negligence.

In fact, Bill Rees, in his article "Is Canada Guilty of Climate Negligence?
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