(Ottawa) This is confirmed: Black Cubacos vote against the Trudeau government budget.
As the states unanimously demanded, Black hopes to approve a deputy minister to force the government to increase health transfers to $ 28 billion this year, and to increase old-age security benefits for those 65 and older. And in an over-the-top way.
The Trudeau government told opposition parties the day before that there would be three confidence votes on the budget. The first, source subdivision proposed by Block; Second, on the amendment introduced by the Conservative Party, and third, on the adoption of the budget.
The Liberals are of the opinion that the changes proposed by the opposition parties will have the effect of withdrawing their confidence in the government and bringing it down and pushing the country into a quick election amid the third wave of COVID-19.
The first of these votes took place on Wednesday, the end of the day. The Liberals, Conservatives and the majority voted against the New Democrats.
Black leader Yves-Franకోois Blanchett’s response did not take long. He blamed the government for refusing to accept the Black Cubacois demands in his opinion.
“Black Cubacois has set two clear conditions to support the budget. […] Liberals know what to do to get our support. Twice they refused. So Justin Trudeau lost the support of the Black Cubacos for his budget, ”Mr. Blanchett said in a press release.
Other opposition parties have stated they will not run in the by-elections, but will use force to oust the government.
Among the Conservatives, we have claimed technical details to counter it.
Although Conservative leader Erin O’Toole brought home the importance of increasing health transfers – until he used Prime Minister Fran్రాois Legalt’s expression, he blamed his soldiers on the day before his federal opposition played “Daddy” with the provinces. Voted against.
Internally, we explained that block members had poorly stated their sub-mandate, which would have suppressed the amendment introduced by the Conservatives.
With the exception of Alexander Bouleris, Scott Duvall, Matthew Green and Peter Julian – the New Democrats decided to vote – because they were afraid to call an election.
“We support the principle of subdivision, so some of our aides support it. Yes, we agree with this idea, but we do not agree with the idea of calling an election,” he said. The day before Chief Jagmeet Singh.
The split between the Greens, MP Jenica Atwin only voted in favor of the block’s deputy.
Another vote on the Conservative Party amendment will take place late Thursday.
The amendment proposed by the official opposition aims to completely revise the budget to expedite the vaccination campaign and to demonstrate budget policies that stimulate economic growth.
If those votes on the opposition amendments are defeated, the House of Commons will then have to vote on the budget itself. The confidence vote will take place on Monday.