@laurenduca Or Daddy called her in on the loyalty oath. She's only a feminist when he "lifts the whip"

Kudos to you for being the first person to discuss the position of the Whip in a Parliamentary democracy. You wil note that there is nothing in your quote which tells you what the Whip cannot do. Since you refer to Wikipedia you can find the statement that in the UK it would be a breach of parliamentary privilege for the Whip to tell the MP to vote one way or the other. Since Parliament (Privileges, Immunities and Powers) Act confers on our Parliament the same parliamentary powers and privileges as that the the UK Parliament, the local Whip will be similarly constrained.Furthermore our Act, by section 5 guarantees freedom of speech and debate in Parliament. Although this phrase has not been the subject of judicial interpretation it is reasonable to assume that debate would encompass a vote ate the end.Again, section 31(d0 of the Act makes it an offence for anyone exert pre...

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