Despite the worsening situation in the federal capital, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said, “These days, at the moment, we still feel the situation is even weaker.” .
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“It is hard for me to imagine that a Member of Parliament who votes‘ No ’to these actions this evening can do nothing but express confidence in accountability. [et] The responsibility and efficiency of the government ”, Mr. Let Trudeau know.
Since “the emergency is still there”, Mr. Trudeau reiterated that legislation is still needed to prevent any further attempts.
Speaking for the first time since the police operation that ended the occupation of downtown Ottawa, Mr. Trudeau underlined, “The last few weeks have been incredibly difficult for the residents of our capital.”
“This situation is not what we wanted and, frankly, not something we want to see again,” Justin Trudeau said Monday morning.
Now that the bad situation is over, the Prime Minister said, “It is time to think about the future we want for our country.”
The vote on the emergency measures law will take place tonight at 8 p.m. The Conservative Party and the Black Quebecos have expressed their opposition to the proposal, but the NDP maintained its ambiguity, pointing out last week that it could withdraw its support for the government if the crisis was mitigated.
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