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@4WKHTLWfrom Alberta  answered…2yrs

Yes and because they are supposed to be representing Canada and All Canadians they should be able to be fired & be held legally responsible if at any time they don't represent all Canadians equally ...

@44NDCMPfrom Alberta  answered…2yrs

Only for the Liberals because they have no idea how to run a country other then into the ground, and no way in Hell should Quebec-qua be able to run in Federal politics unless they have a party in every province.

@8RH4DS7from Ontario  commented…2yrs

@4QRZFWSfrom Ontario  answered…2yrs

If the pm is doing very well serving his/her countrymen. Why give a limit. Good governance shouldn't be stop by "politics".

@95K5YQGfrom British Columbia  answered…3mos

I would say no, as my inclination is to say the voters should say how long a certain person is in office. But, at the same time there are some really dangerous people who could be in power for a long time (ex. Donald Trump like-politicians) if we don't have term limits, so I would say that we should be open to it as a form of keeping bad people out of office who wish to do ill, but it also keeps good people from being able to do more with their leadership as well.

@95JD49Zfrom British Columbia  answered…3mos

I think it’s effective in the United States 2 terms of 4 years each.

@95J9PCRfrom Ontario  answered…3mos

@95DH7PGfrom British Columbia  answered…3mos

I would personally say no, but if it were to happen I wouldn't be against it as there are some career politicians who do last very long as representatives.

@94HJSNHfrom Quebec  answered…3mos

Psychology, yes. But it would be an exception if they lived as a minimum wage citizen

@92XLHR8from British Columbia  answered…7mos

There should be some kind of system in place to avoid bad prime ministers staying in power

@8ZX3GXZConservativefrom Ontario  answered…8mos

@8ZMQ2YFConservativefrom Ontario  answered…9mos

@8ZCCBZ4from Ontario  answered…9mos

@8XNB9Y3Conservativefrom Ontario  answered…1yr

Yes, and limited to two terms and not allowed to call for an early election.

@8XLDM4Qfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

Yes, but only if Fascists like Maxime Bernier becomes Prime Minister.

@8XCDZYTfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

No, term limits violate democratic rights, if someone is popular and supported, let them run as long as they are able.

@8WC5MFZPeople’s Partyfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

Yes, two terms! And two or three terms for senators and MPs as well!

@8W7V43Cfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

No, voters should decide how long they stay in office, however there should be an age limit.

@8VSM475Communistfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

@8VLKD3Zfrom British Columbia  answered…1yr

Yes, but voters should decide how long they stay in office if their full terms are up.

@8VJH255from Alberta  answered…1yr

@8TYWMFPfrom Saskatchewan  answered…1yr

 @8TXVXMLfrom British Columbia  answered…1yr

No, the province should set term limits to consecutive terms of their own MPs.

@8TX5JVBfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

Yes, there should be a limit of 2 - 4 terms, but voters should still be allowed to vote each term

@8TW3ML2from Ontario  answered…1yr

How could this even be a question for citizens to answer? We’re all different, definitely not “ voters should decide” .. we get the chance to vote. Imagine how bad that could get ..

@8TRPMHXfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

I am unsure at this moment/ don’t have enough information to formulate an opinion

@8TPNBJ3from Ontario  answered…1yr

@8TLFZ8Kfrom Nova Scotia  answered…1yr

@8SJC9WGfrom Ontario  answered…2yrs

@8SD6JYBNew Democraticfrom Alberta  answered…2yrs

Yes, it should be limited to only 1 term however, have the option of going longer if the Prime Minister was doing a good job on their first term.

@8RWBJNQfrom Alberta  answered…2yrs

Their should be no official term limit, but a their should be an unofficial regulation that if they serve longer then 3 or 4 terms and their is a region with significant issues, then a national vote would happen. Using a direct vote, where their is no inbetweener.

@8RLZ9JTfrom Ontario  answered…2yrs

@8RLF9F5from Ontario  answered…2yrs

It's up to the candidate how long they want to Prime Minister for.

@firozsasifrom Ontario  answered…2yrs

No limit if PM is doing a good work. The 5 year term should be increased to ten years.

@8QS36MFfrom Alberta  answered…2yrs

Yes; under the current first past the post system, Ontario and Quebec generally elect the PM. If changed to proportional system, let the people decide.


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