Here at the F.U.N. party, we believe that the Senate can be fixed. Together we decided on 5 new factors and criteria that will make our Senate a more important and trusted role in Canada's Government.
Canadian Choice/Elections:Our party believes that electing the senators will be an extremely justifiable and pivotal idea that can completely deteriorate the issues with our senate. By electing representatives we are truly creating a government “by the people, for the people” Which is exactly what our party stands for. Electing the senate members will give a more rounded perspective on the ideas and bills. We also hope to hire an unbiased and impartial citizen, to monitor the senators professionalism and how they approach their respected job. We want to make sure that each zone has a similar, to equal population, so all voices and ideas are thoroughly heard. Right now I think a lot of the issue with our voting system is representation by population; we hope to encourage the elimination of this issue. This is just one of our five contentions that we will act upon, permitting we are elected.
How much the Senate should make:
In the opinion of the Federal United Nationalists Party of Canada, we believe that senators are paid a little too much. They are paid plainly to read and edit bills passed through by Canada's House of Commons. We need to redefine the difference between a power crazed politician and a true leader. We need a leader who doesn't choose this occupation, simply for material ideas such as money or power. But honestly cares about citizen growth, and harbouring an exceptional quality of life for Canadians. F.U.N focuses on providing our citizens with a variety of social programs and resources. One of the only ways this can be achieved, is through taxes. However, the extra money we will get from not overpaying our senators, can be used to better our nation. We also want to focus on the idea that our senate will not receive unique tax breaks. These citizens are making an income and are leaking off of our social programs, therefore they should be contributing to the tax pool.