Trudeau, Mulcair confirm commitment to remove Harper
To oust Stephan Harper, in the event his Conservative Party wins minority, Liberal leader Justin Trudeau and NDP leader Thomas Mulcair are very categorical that they will not support Stephan Harper. Re-confirming their commitment to remove Stephan Harper, both leaders said that they will do what it takes to remove Conservative leader. Speaking at a campaign event in a Toronto riding, Trudeau said he wouldn’t abstain from a crucial vote of confidence in Harper’s government.
When asked if he would consider working with the NDP, the Liberal leader avoided direct answer. Recently, Thomas Mulcair was quoted in media saying that Trudeau refused to speak with him about how the two parties might work together, in the event the Conservatives win a minority. “I made a very different choice from Mr. Mulcair, the choice of investing now, in our communities, in our country, in our future,” said Trudeau when asked to comment on Mulcair’s statement.
And speaking at an NDP event in Oshawa, Thomas Mulcair accused the Liberals, of having walked away from past opportunities to dissolve Parliament.
Meanwhile, at a Conservative rally in Etobicoke, PM Harper said that there are real consequences for Canadian families if a non-Conservative government is elected next Monday.The Conservative leader declined to comment on what may happen if his party wins a minority.