The government was trying to achieve several different, contradictory objectives: The gold standard meant that British prices were higher than its competitors, so the all-important export industries did poorly. In the situation deteriorated and there was much fear that the budget was unbalanced, which was born out by the independent May Report which triggered a confidence crisis and a run on the pound. The Labour government agreed in principle to make changes in taxation and to cut expenditure to balance the budget and restore confidence.
My team and I are very eager to get to work for you. The PQ and QS were well behind with about 17 and 16 per cent of the overall vote.
Greeted by a jubilant crowd that chanted his name, Legault said that his party's elected members were ready to roll up their sleeves and implement their campaign promises.
Photo by Philippe Ruel Television images showed Legault, the former airline executive, smiling and celebrating with supporters, soon after the results came in. Legault has drawn some comparisons to other right-leaning politicians such as Donald Trump and Doug Ford who have recently been elected in the United States and Ontario, by running a campaign based on populist ideas such as lower taxes, less environmental oversight and smaller government.
He has also promised to reduce the number of immigrants to Quebec, Canada's second most populist province, and to expel new Quebecers within three years if they fail a French language test. But Legault has noted that he isn't a social conservative. Video by National Observer Quebec sovereignty not an issue in campaign Legault, who promoted sovereignty as a PQ cabinet minister in the s and early s, made millions of dollars as one of the founding members of Air Transat.
At that time, Legault had promised not to talk about holding a referendum for a decade. More recently, he has said that a Coalition government will " never " hold a referendum on Quebec independence, pledging to stay in Canada, with a "Quebec first" approach.
The election marked the first time since the s that the debate about Quebec independence wasn't a central issue in the campaign.
Premier Philippe Couillard's Liberals were slated to become the official Opposition, after ruling Quebec for most of the past 15 years. Former Quebec Liberal premier Jean Charest led the province's government from to In politics, we must accept our losses.
It was my pleasure to serve Quebecers with all my heart.
We accept the results of tonight," he said. He also reminded supporters that he had urged QS to merge with his party, noting that the evening's results might have turned up differently if they had agreed.
Gabrielle Lemieux, PQ party president, told reporters earlier that this campaign has been an opportunity for the PQ to represent the change that Quebecers wanted.
Khadir added that his party would work to ensure that climate change is on the political agenda. Trudeau and Plante congratulate Legault as Canadian Tories celebrate Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who represents a Montreal riding in Parliament, issued a statement late on Monday night, congratulating Legault for his victory.
Together, we will work to make the province even more dynamic and prosperous, to the benefit of all Quebecers. In Ottawa, Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer was among the first to congratulate the premier-designate for his "imporessive majority government victory," adding that he was looking forward to working with Legault and his government in the future.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford said he had already spoken to Legault to congratulate him. Congratulations to Quebec Premier-designate francoislegault and the coalitionavenir on their impressive majority government victory tonight.
I look forward to working with Mr. Legault and his new government in the future. Congratulations to francoislegault and the coalitionavenir on their historic victory tonight. Encouraging to see another free enterprise provincial government elected!
Informer B. This article was updated at A coalition government is a cabinet of a parliamentary government in which multiple political parties cooperate, reducing the dominance of any one party within that "coalition".
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rather pumping big money and tax preference to the big industrial or big farmers/5(37). Surely then, a National Government which was at its core a coalition with a majority of could not prosper in Britain.
On the contrary however, it would produce another election win, and incorporate the office three prime ministers. Nov 27, · The National Government was presented to the electorate as such, and not a result of a hung parliament, which immediately gave it credibility, in that it was elected for outright by the people, and not the politicians themselves as in today’s Conservative/Liberal Democrat coalition.
A coalition government may also be formed during a national difficulty such as a war or economic crisis. When was the last coalition government in the UK? The General Election in the UK failed to produce an overall majority. An agreement was reached on Sunday night between the populist cleric’s Sairoon coalition, Iraqi Prime Minister Haider Al Abadi’s Victory bloc, Ammar Al Hakim’s National Wisdom Movement and Ayad Allawi’s National Coalition.
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