If the Liberal party chooses to offer up Trudeau for a second term as its leader during this fall’s federal election, it DESERVES defeat. At its heart, the matter is about character. Trudeau tried to meddle in Canada’s justice system to achieve a positive outcome for Quebec-based engineering firm SNC-Lavalin.
What is curious is the number of members of the governing party who are quitting after just ONE TERM in office, despite there being potential for Justin Trudeau to win again in October.
On Tuesday, in a banquet hall in North York, Andrew Scheer used a speech on immigration policy to do something no other leader of a mainstream party will have to do during this election cycle: stand in front of the TV cameras and assure the country his party isn’t racist.
it seems the real election interference is happening domestically, and is in fact being led by the Trudeau government itself.That’s because Justin Trudeau’s corrupt media bailout is a clear attempt to rig the next election in his favour
The fight for the future of Australia’s Labor party has begun after it lost what was considered up until the final days of the campaign to be an unloseable election, in a result that Labor MPs said was “devastating”.
Far right French nationalist politician Marine Le Pen has stormed ahead of President Hollande in latest figures revealed by a poll measuring voting intentions ahead of next year’s presidential elections.
“The FPO is not an extreme-right party. An extreme right-wing party might have achieved a 2 % result in Austria. We are a center-right party with a high degree of social responsibility. That’s why it was possible to achieve 50 percent of the votes in this election.”
The Freedom Party of Austria is viewed as right-wing to far-right, with a populist slant to its policies. It strikes a hardline on immigration in Austria in the wake of Europe’s refugee crisis.
Neither this government, nor any other, has the moral right to change the electoral process without prior consultation through a referendum approved by the voters. As it is, after all, the people whose sovereign power of election is the essence of any democratic system.
Calgary MP Jason Kenney asked why the government would not commit to a referendum — something three provinces, British Columbia, Ontario and P.E.I., had done when proposing a change to the way elected representatives are chosen.