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Published 2 years ago with 2 Comments

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  • leweb

    Now, if only everyone else did this. If not, things like the Brexit and Donald Trump will continue happening.

  • Bastou (edited 2 years ago)

    Wait a minute, let me grab some popcorn.

    Quebec has, over the course of the last decade or so, lowered the maximum allowed individual political donation (corporations and unions are already banned from donating) from a few thousands to 100$ per year. This, among other things (including the creation of a specialized police force to investigate and persecute fraud and corruption in politics), has brought light on a lot of corruption that is being slowly but certainly taken care of. I'm not delusional, there will always be some kind of corruption in any political system, whatever it is. But this has brought a lot of attention on the corruption in the province of Quebec and ill informed people thought it was because there was more corruption in Quebec, while the truth is simply that Quebec has chosen to fight it more.

    But now, we will start to see some of the corruption that was legal (but still immoral) until now in Alberta, where many of those finger pointers are from. The next years will be funny.

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