Liberal Party Canada It won Monday’s general election, according to predictions by the Canadian radio station CBC, which marks the third consecutive victory of its leader. Justin Trudeau.
If a large turnout in the center and west of the country is not recounted, the CBC points out, the Liberals won 146 of the 338 seats in the lower house of parliament, while the Conservative Party added 117.
In addition, the sovereign Black Quebec (BQ) had 28 delegates, the Social Democratic New Democratic Party (NPD) 27, and the Green Party 2.
About 30 million people were called to the polls this Monday to elect 338 members of the lower house of parliament, which will decide which party will form the next government in the country.
Pre-election polls were in balance
The latest poll results released before the polls opened put the Liberals and Conservatives in technical control for the purpose of voting: the Liberal Party would gain 31.5% of the vote, while the Conservative Party would add 31%.
Trudeau’s victory for the former prime minister’s son is the third in a row Canada, Pierre Trudeau.
Justin Trudeau It won its first election in 2015 with an absolute majority, and won again four years later in 2019, however, only by a simple majority.
(With information from EFE)
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