To the editor:
Re: "Politicians to blame for disengaged public," Oct. 24.
I completely agree with Keith Baldrey's criticisms of the authoritarian and high-handed actions of some of our "leaders," federal and provincial. Prorogation should be either abolished outright, or severely regulated. The ability of a premier or prime minister to dissolve Parliament at their convenience is a quasi-monarchic holdover that has no place in a modern democracy.
Carl Rosenberg, Vancouver