CivilTech badgered me into it, so here it is:
In Canada, our nominal head of state is the Queen of Canada while our actual head of state is our Prime Minister. So, given that She is not elected, barely present to run anything in the government and essentially a modern rubber stamp, what's the point in keeping Her around? What role does She serve? Should She be elected, and our executive branch restored to a democratically elected official? What about the senate? Should those old farts be elected too?
Why should any official representative post NOT be elected?