McGill Central Novice Championship

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Are you looking for the motions that were debated on the McGill Central Novice Championship ? It was held on the 9/21/2018. If you were there, please check the motions and tell me if anything is wrong. Also, leave a comment and tell us how did you enjoy the tournament.

Here are the motions:

Round 2: THR the glorification of self-made success
Round 3: This House Believes That state subsidization of art should be distributed through a random lottery
Round 4: This House Would eliminate the government’s ability to enact back to work legislation for all education workers.
Round 5: This House Believes That democratic governments should never be allowed to exercise prior restraint, even in cases of national security.
Novice final motion: In Canada, criminal court judges are appointed. In other countries, such as the US, Japan, and Switzerland, judges are elected. The methods and voting systems used to elect these judges varies based on country and municipality. In the US for example, judges run for local office in the same way as other politicians (eg, mayors, council people, etc.), and sometimes have a party affiliation for campaigning. Motion: THP elected over appointed judges in criminal courts

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