The Encyclopedia Montreal released a brief statement Monday afternoon stating that it was seeking an additional four legal recounts. Already requested by Project Montreal.
Côte-des-Neiges – Notre-Dame-de-Grâce and Riviere-des-Prairies – Pointe-aux-Trembles There is reasonable evidence to suggest that mistakes were made during the counting of some polling stations during the municipal elections in Borough.
For this reason, the relevant candidates have filed requests for a legal recount of the results of the Cారోte-des-Neiges – Notre-Dame-de-Grâce and Riviere-des-Prairies – Pointe-aux-Trembles’ Barrow Town Hall. In addition to the La Point-Ox-Prairies and Loyola districts, Ensemble Montreal said.
It won every seat it contested on November 7 by a narrow majority. Montreal political parties have demanded a recount in court until 5pm on Monday. These six requests indicate that only 97 of the 103 elected Montreals will be sworn in at the Palais des Congress on Thursday evening.
Feel the deja vu for Lisa Christensen
In 2017, only one request for judicial recount was filed. Denise Coderre’s team competed in the Lisa Christensen election, Project Montreal candidate for the position of Borough Councilor for the La Pointe-aux-Prairies District. His victory was finally secured by a margin of 30 votes A few days later.
Ironically, Ms Christensen is in another recount request this year, this time running for city councilor in the same district. According to the results compiled by Elections Montreal, its majority is just 13 votes.
Riviere-des-Prairies – As mayor of Pointe-aux-Trembles, this is the re-election of Mayor Caroline Bourgeois, who was contested by Denis Coderre’s former party, The final departure from political life was announced on Friday. Its majority is 303 votes.
Côte-des-Neiges – In Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, former opposition leader Lionel Perez asked the court to consider Her opponent Gracia Kasoki Katahwa won at the last minute. The Projet Montreal candidate fell behind on November 7, but finally changed the tables the next day with a majority of 212 votes.
Finally, in Loyola, the success of Despina Saurias became questionable. In this district, Amset Montreal candidate Gabriel Retta won by a margin of 97 votes.
The enumeration requests officially made by Ensemble Montreal on Monday followed those filed Thursday by the Mayor Valerie Plante Party Project Montreal in relation to the Outremont Borough and Tetraultville District in Mercier-Hochelaga-Maisonnew.
In Outremont, a 23-vote majority allowed Laurent Desbois to defeat outgoing mayor Philippe Tomlinson, while in Tetreletville, outgoing councilor Suzie, who served as council president, was ousted by Julian Honald-Ratelle, who won by 42 votes. On municipal abolition.
In addition, at least three other requests for a legal recount have been filed elsewhere on the island of Montreal.
Point-Claire’s outgoing mayor, John Belvedere, won by 61 votes, especially against his rival Tim Thomas.
Two petitions were also filed in Mount Royal, where the team of new mayor Peter Malouf questioned the two victories of the United for VMR party: Sarah Morgan contested the election with 24 votes in District 6, while Robert Tanus questioned Sebastian. In District 7, Dreyfus received 13 votes.
New vote counts are governed by the law on elections and referendums in municipalities (LERM). Theoretically, any elected official can contest the election result regardless of the number of votes that separates him from the winner.
Anyone with reasonable grounds may request a recount of votes if the Deputy Returning Officer, Poll Clerk or Returning Officer has illegally counted or rejected votes or made an inaccurate statement about the number of votes cast in favor of the candidate., We write.
Any person who has reasonable grounds to believe that the Returning Officer has mis-compiled the votes cast in favor of the candidate may request a recount..