Ghana has invested heavily in its parliamentary democracy.
An open candidate selection process would provide less incentive for the issuance of material benefits to only a few delegates while the constituency is neglected.
Allowing MPs to vote electronically would go a long way to promoting gender equity in Canadian politics.
To boost inclusivity among its ranks, the House of Commons needs parliamentary reform of its voting procedures to allow electronic online voting, or e-voting, for its members.
South African parliamentarians need impartial and expert advice about public finance issues.
With the current state of the South African economy and public finances, the Parliamentary Budget Office could play a major role in ensuring that this happens. But the office is in complete disarray
Indonesia might benefit from having a Legislative Budget Office (LBO).
Indonesia needs to follow the example of many other countries and have a legislative budget office. It would consist of economists that advice government on budgets.
Sussan Ley maintains that her entitlement claims were within the rules.
Malcolm Turnbull has announced major changes to the parliamentary entitlements system, modelled on the UK's system of vetting MPs' expenses.
How well prepared are federal MPs to undertake the arduous tasks that will confront them daily?
Unlike most occupations, MPs are not obliged to take part in any education and training programs to prepare them for their role.