November 8, 2019 •
Recall Bill in Alberta Legislature
On November 6, a bill to allow recall elections of Members of the Legislative Assembly (MLAs) was reported to the Legislative Assembly of Alberta.
Bill 204, the Election Recall Act, allows constituents to petition for the recall of an MLA if 40 percent of eligible voters sign the petition within a 60-day window.
A petition would not be permitted six months before or 18 months after a general election.
The legislation is a private bill introduced by MLA Mark Smith in October.
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