From EFC’s Activate CFPL, March 29 2011: I’m not casting blame on anyone. All the party leaders had a pretty good idea of the date for Election Day before the fateful vote was cast in the House of Commons on March 25. But, the advance polling days include Good Friday and Easter Monday. Thankfully, they do not include Easter Sunday.
Easter Monday doesn’t bother me too much, although it will trouble some, but the idea of having election polling on Good Friday, one of the holiest and most significant celebrations on the Christian calendar, really … what’s the word … irks me. Read the whole posting here.