Canadian PM reaches an agreement with the New Democrat Party
Tuesday, May 3, 2005
The Canadian government may not have to enter a new election process as predicted earlier last week. Recently, Paul Martin, the current Prime Minister of Canada, made a plea on national television that a re-election ought to be delayed until a report concerning use of government monies was produced and published. A deal between the governing Liberal Party and the New Democratic Party (NDP) may avoid an election process in the near future.
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