Justin Trudeau won again, did not get majority

Canada Election

Justin Trudeau won again, did not get majority
Justin Trudeau won again, did not get majority

Justin Trudeau, who has been in power since 2015, threw a dice this time by getting the election done early, which is lying in his favor. On Monday, his party retained its grip on power. 

Although the Liberal Party could not get a majority. Declaring winning the election, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau addressed a rally with his family in Ottawa. "You (Canadians) are sending us back again with a clear mandate that the pandemic has to pass and better days have to come," he said. During the election campaign, Justin Trudeau's condition was looking weak and for a time it seemed that he might fall behind in securing the necessary seats to form the government. But the result was the same as in the 2019 elections, in which Trudeau formed and ran a minority government Erin O'Toole, the leader of the main opposition Conservative Party, who lost the majority again, has accepted defeat.

His party came second and has a lead in 121 seats. CBC and CTV have predicted that Trudeau's Liberal Party will not get a majority in the lower house of the House of Commons. That is, they will need the support of some party. According to the country's Election Commission Election Canada, the Liberal Party is leading in 156 seats, one seat more than last time. It is getting 111 seats in Ontario and Quebec. There are 338 seats in the House of Commons and a party needs 170 for a majority. In pictures: Canada's 'Greatest Outdoor Fair' The Conservative Party seemed to win the popular vote, but the Liberal Party found overwhelming support in urban areas, which hold the majority of seats. Admitting defeat, O'Toole told his supporters, "Our support has increased.

Our support has increased across the country. But it is clear that we need to do more to get the support of Canadians. Me and my family are fully committed on this journey to Canada." Trudeau's Charisma 49-year-old Justin Trudeau has proved to be a charismatic leader. His father Pierre Trudeau was a farmer and also became Prime Minister from the Liberal Party. In 2015, Justin Trudeau came to power with a full majority, but in 2019 his majority was snatched and he ran a minority government for four years. Now being in the minority again will mean that Trudeau will again have to rely on the New Democratic Party, headed by Indian-origin Jagmeet Singh, to get the key resolution passed. He had early elections on the basis of the work Trudeau did during the Kovid-19 epidemic..

He talked about combating the epidemic by resorting to vaccines, which the 48-year-old Conservative leader opposed. O'Toole supported the policy of making vaccination voluntary and testing more to prevent the virus. Watch: While announcing elections around the world, Indian-origin leaders said that he needed a mandate on his plan to fight the coronavirus. The Liberal Party's policy proposes to spend billions of dollars for economic recovery, which will be up to 23 percent of GDP. Carl Shamota, chief strategist at Cambridge Global Payments, says the election results will maintain the status quo and largely ensure that the support the economy is getting through government spending continues. Gerald Baer, ​​a professor of political science at the University of British Columbia, says that this election proved to be the same.