Finally their vote percentage would be accurately reflected in parliament.
They are an obstructionist party who's sole goal is the disruption of our legislative and executive branches. I would argue they are a reason our governments are so ineffective.
I never understood federal separatist parties. They should be kept at the provincial level.
Mixed Member Proportional, MMP would not see any provinces get less seats.
The regional seats, even if halfed, would likely still have have the bloc getting around 1/3 of of available seats, so around 16 as opposed to 32.
Of the PR seats allocated they would be getting 32 percent instead of the 41 percent that FPTP gets them, so 12-13.
So the bloc goes from 32 seats to 28-29
In other words, MMP doesn't kill the bloc as a political force.
It would also similarly shrink the LPC
Their regional wins would remain the the same range, so 35 seats goes to 17.5 and their PR portion would be based on their 33.2 percentage of the popular vote, so 13 seats.
The LPC goes from 35 seats in FPTP to 30-31
Biggest winners are PPC getting 1 seat via PR and the NDP getting 5 seats,4 via PR 1 via regional, and the CPC getting 12 seats, 5 via regional, 7 via PR.
Final Quebec results under MMP
Compared to FPTP
So MMP leaves the bloc as a force with more representation from the PPC, NDP and CPC. Tell me that isn't more fair and representative.
As for party lists, simply give the losing candidates who got the highest percentage of the popular vote in the province the they ran in the spots. There. Solved our elections.