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Monday, June 28, 2004

Minority government

So much for my predictions. Anyway, the Liberals currently have elected/lead in 140 ridings, the NDP in 24. If this holds up -- it may not, many Liberal candidates are leading by just 100-200 votes -- the Liberal-NDP coalition, whether formal or informal, may be able to govern for more than a year to 18 months. Bill Davis once governed with a mere plurality of the seats, without a formal coalition, for four years.

Posted by Paul Tuns on June 28, 2004 in Canadian Politics | Permalink


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