Justin Trudeau led Second Term as Canadian Prime Minister


Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in Canada led the second term on Monday after ugly campaigns which became a referendum on his character and his authenticity as a genuine standard carrier for liberalism.

Mr Trudeau's Liberal Party will not retain a majority in the House of Commons in Canada, according to projections from the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, but will retain enough seats for Mr Trudeau to make government, supported by two opposing parties. .

The victory for Mr Trudeau was a personal affirmation, which challenged allegations that he had bullied his ex-attorney, an indigenous woman, and that he was facing late adverse effects in the race that he had made black clothes and roofs. as a young man.

But it is clear that these problems contributed to tolling. The Liberals' share of the popular vote fell across the country as it was losing possession over the House of Commons.

“It is a reflection of the fact that the Shine came from Trudeau's brand,” said Andrew McDougall, professor of political science at the University of Toronto.

Mr Trudeau may have benefited from being an opponent, Andrew Scheer, leader of the Conservative Party, who did not have his star power. Mr. Scheer he focused his campaign on the character of Mr. Trudeau – asking him to “fraud” who is “always wearing a mask” – rather than putting on his own define a vision for the nation over cutting taxes.

Mr Trudeau is returning in a kind return to a man who was famous for his birth, as the first child born in Canada's prime minister, Pierre Elliott Trudeau. He was often underestimated and often exceeded his expectations since entering politics.

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Mr Trudeau must not only repair public opinion about his character but must work with political competitors to advance his agenda.

“Trudeau seems to be most likely to relieve him,” said Shachi Kurl, executive director of the Angus Reid Institute, a non-profit polling group. “If the last two years were not easy, it's just getting harder. The sunny routes have now passed. ”

At the beginning of his political life, Mr Trudeau took the world imagination with his jogs without a shirt, the yoga that was overcoming gravity and the good progress. “Canada is back, ”he said when he came to power in 2015.

During the course of the campaign, his events were very well attended and brought to life. Finally, it appears that voters came to an end, even if they were reluctant, that the best option was to lead the country.

Earlier this year, Mr Trudeau seemed to be heading towards a second term easily.

Having achieved power four years ago, he created a gender cabinet and contributed to efforts to make Canada's historical disadvantages against indigenous people. Its government introduced significant changes. It provided legal and recreational assistance, and advanced a national carbon tax plan.

Mr moved. Trudeau quickly to admit 25,000 Syrian refugees, giving pitches personally to some of them when they arrived. He stood up to President Trump, asking him to go back on steel and aluminum tariffs. Still, Mr Trump expressed his congratulations.

Canada has performed well during its term, with unemployment now at the lowest level for many years.

These achievements seemed to disappoint the public, such as a trip to India where the prime minister was wearing local ceremonial clothes. many shame back home.

When the campaign officially started in September, it appeared that Mr Trudeau was bouncing back from the controversy. But then there were old photographs of wearing in brown and black. Long-standing issues of its character and authenticity were resurfaced.

The most anticipated outcome of the race was the increase in the Québecue Block, a party that promotes Quebec's independence and appeared to have expired at the beginning of the year. He will have the third highest seat in the new House of Commons.

Jagmeet Singh was from the New Democratic Party, or N.D.P., was the first person who did not lead a major Canadian party, struggling before the campaign and during his early days. But he took a look at many voters although the party eventually fell in Quebec, its firm since 2011, and will become a smaller force in the future Parliament.

And the Green Party failed to make great progress, and incomplete results show one more seat, taking a total of three.

There was no election success on Canada's People's Party, a new right move. Even his founder, former minister of foreign keeper Maxime Bernier, lost his offer to re-election.

Early on Tuesday morning before all ballots were taken, the Liberals had 156 seats, 14 of which were not majority. The Curators, led by Mr Scheer, won 121 seats. As in polls during the campaign, both parties were roughly tied to the common vote.

Due to the weakness of the Liberals who were entering the campaign, analysts had already thought that the result could be disappointing to be in danger of holding Mr Scheer on the leadership of the party.

In the campaign, Mr. Scheer understood and empathized better for middle-class citizens, who are also the primary minister. At a time when the voters' climate change succeeded in many polls, Mr. T Scheer canceled a carbon tax sent by Mr Trudeau and recommended a total carbon reduction plan be reduced. It is clear that Mr Scheer's social curator has made many people in a row, avoiding gay pride parades, many of the Canadians.

But overall the campaign focused more on Mr Trudeau's penalties and omissions than the issues and he was extremely brave, experts said.

Lori Turnbull, professor of political science at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, said that the lack of positive political debate and a focus on calling the name of children was less than “tragic.”

“It is a matter of concern to me that this was one of the most extensive elections we have ever seen,” she said. “The campaign story is that leaders are trying to find ways of getting on with each other and trying to find ways to put people without trust in the other.” T


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