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Canadian elections: Trudeau is in a position to form a coalition government

Canadian elections: Trudeau is in a position to form a coalition government

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The Liberal Party of Canada's ruling party has once again taken a prominent position in the general election and has been in a position to form a new government with allies.
The ruling Liberal Party is leading with 146 seats.

According to the news agency Reuters, the results of the general election in Canada continued after Monday's vote and the ruling Liberal Party tops the list with 146 seats so far.
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According to preliminary results, the separatist party, Bloc Québécois, managed a surprising 33 seats, while the Conservative Party won 12, the New Democratic Party four and the Green Party one.
In order to form a majority government, any party needs 170 seats in the 338 house.



Justin Trudeau will have to rely on right-wing opposition parties to form a government and new legislation.
Justin Trudeau will have to rely on right-wing opposition parties to form a government and new legislation.
Justin Trudeau has to rely on left-wing opposition parties to form a government and new legislation.
US President Donald Trump congratulated Justin Trudeau in a tweet saying, "I congratulate Justice Trudeau on his success after a tough and tough competition. You have served Canada and I am ready to work with you to develop the two countries.
Jonathan Rose, a professor of political science at Queens University, says the New Democratic Party's performance has been disappointing and the Bloc Québécois has surprised everyone in the polls.
"I think the Bloc Quebecois have the potential to win 20 seats, but it has surprised them by gaining more than 30 seats," he said.
According to Professor Jonathan, the coalition government remains unstable compared to the majority party. Justice Trudeau and his party's Liberal Party do not need block cubicles.
Remember that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had been criticized a few days after the election over a vintage image in which he looked black and had to apologize for it, while critics prevented corruption at Canada's largest construction companies. He was also criticized for the actions taken by the USSR.

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