Ned Franks, professor emeritus at Queen’s University, is available to discuss the proroguing of Parliament.
Ned Franks spent more than thirty-five years in the Department of Political Studies at Queen’s University. In addition to nearly one hundred learned and other articles and chapters in books, Franks has written or edited fourteen books, including The Parliament of Canada, The Canoe and White Water, Dissent and the State. His work includes explorations into public administration, government accountability, aboriginal self-government, relations between governments and aboriginal peoples, and the public service.
Professor Franks is highly regarded and well-known as witness before parliamentary committees and a commentator on questions relating to Parliament, parliamentary government, and other aspects of Canadian politics, including Senate reform and the role of the Governor General.
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