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    New Person 本站元老 ID:11416

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  2. Scheer says 'modern convention' means Trudeau must quit if he doesn't win the most seats

    Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer today called on Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau to resign as prime minister if his party does not win the most seats on election day, saying that practice has become a "modern convention in Canadian politics."

    Scheer said that if Trudeau's Liberals slip to second place in the seat count after Monday's vote, he should step aside rather than try to pursue an arrangement with the NDP to hang on to power.

    "It is quite clear that Justin Trudeau will try to do anything to stay in power," Scheer said at a campaign stop in Brampton, Ont.

    "But what I'm saying is that the party that wins the most seats should be able to form the government, and the other convention in modern Canadian politics is that a prime minister who enters into an election, and comes out of that election with fewer seats than another party, resigns. That is a modern convention in Canadian politics."

    Former prime minister Paul Martin resigned after the 2006 election handed opposition leader Stephen Harper and his Conservatives a plurality of seats — but not a majority — in the House of Commons.

    Pierre Elliott Trudeau also promptly resigned as prime minister after Joe Clark's Progressive Conservative party won a plurality of seats in 1979 election. Trudeau then rescinded that resignation after Clark's government failed on a confidence vote some nine months later.

    The talk of resignation comes as the Liberal and Conservative parties are locked in a battle for front-runner status. The CBC's Poll Tracker is projecting that neither party will secure a majority government on Oct. 21.

    NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh has said he'd consider working with a Liberal minority government. Trudeau has only said he wants to secure the most seats.

    In Canada's system of Westminster parliamentary democracy, the prime minister and the cabinet must answer to the House of Commons and they must enjoy the support and the confidence of a majority of the members of the chamber to remain in office.

    The sitting prime minister is given the first chance to test the confidence of the Commons after an election — even if that PM's party does not command a majority of seats.

    For example, recent elections in B.C. and New Brunswick produced very close results, with the two main parties all but tied for first place in the seat count. The sitting premiers tested the confidence of the provincial chambers to see if they could secure enough votes to pass a throne speech.

    In both cases, the government failed to win the required support from provincial legislators and was defeated by a vote of non-confidence.

    According to convention, in such a scenario the premier must either resign or call for the dissolution of the chamber to allow for a new election. The same is true for a prime minister at the federal level.

    However, in both B.C. and New Brunswick, the non-confidence vote came quite soon after an election. So the lieutenant-governors in those provinces turned instead to other party leaders to ask them to assemble enough votes to pass a throne speech.

    In B.C., the Green Party agreed to support the governing NDP. In New Brunswick, the Progressive Conservative party has relied on support from the People's Alliance.

    Asked by reporters Sunday whether he'd work with other parties, including Trudeau's Liberals, Singh replied, "Oh absolutely, because we're not going to support a Conservative government."

    "We're going to fight a Conservative government, gonna fight it all the way," the NDP leader said at a rally with supporters in Surrey, B.C. "So we're ready to do whatever it takes."

    Trudeau has been asked repeatedly about Singh's comments but, so far, he hasn't publicly said he supports the idea of a coalition government or of governing as a minority with New Democrat support.

    "Our focus is on electing a progressive government, not a progressive opposition, and ensuring that we stop Conservative cuts," Trudeau said.
     
  3. cucapila

    cucapila 资深人士 ID:35644 VIP

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    NDP党魁不是这么说的吧
     
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    ccc 难得糊涂 ID:6614 管理成员 VIP

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    缺心眼啊?

    等结果出来再说也不迟啊!
     
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    charley2 我真的 很胖吗 ID:39709 VIP

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    It is too late then
     
  6. New Person

    New Person 本站元老 ID:11416

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    胸有成竹,胜利在望,急不可待呀。
     
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    这智商,可能是给他自己挖的一个坑,看他要是没选上,如何收场
    接着当反对党魁,还是辞职?
     
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    game over?:eek::eek::eek:
     
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    trudeau should resign if liberals lose.
     
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    NDP 的意思是,即使保守党得票最多,但是不会比NDP + 自由党的人多,所以它们两家搞联合政府?

    这是政变!
    我认为 :D
     
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    可以得票最多的政党独立组阁。然后,不到一年,下台,重新大选。
     
  13. 向问天

    向问天 日月神教光明左使 ID:112302 VIP

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    为什么呢?
    这是谁安排的?
    年年选举。会不会累死神父?
     
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    ccc 难得糊涂 ID:6614 管理成员 VIP

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    假如少数政府,其他几个党联合起来,在预算案投票时投反对票就行了。

    当年克拉克就是这么下台的。
     
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    一二三 知名会员 ID:96196

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    当年哈勃是怎么挺过头几年的
     
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    gocanoeing 知名会员 ID:72273

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    也不一定非要预算案,任何和钱有关的法案过不了就得重选

    而且反对党每个月可以有一次自主提案的机会,只要觉得时机到了,直接提不信任案也可以
     

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