British and Canadian Experience with the Royal Prerogative (Column) - Canadian Parliamentary Review

British and Canadian Experience with the Royal Prerogative (Column)

By Canadian Parliamentary Review

  • Release Date - Published: 2010-06-22
  • Book Genre: Law
  • Author: Canadian Parliamentary Review
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This article looks at the Royal prerogative to prorogue Parliament. It, first, looks at the British experience and places the personal prerogatives that govern Parliament in their historical context and, within that context, identifies the legislative precedents for Parliament placing limits on these prerogatives. Second, it looks at the Canadian experience, where prime ministers have deviated from their British colleagues in being adversarial with the head of state over the use of these powers. It suggests that the difference in political behaviour is the result of a combination of temporal, cultural and political factors, which have also resulted in the Canadian Parliament being disinclined to legislate remedies in the manner the British Parliament did when these powers were abused by the Crown centuries years ago. **********

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