Trudeau has right to express preferences for local candidates
By Angelo PersichilliMar. 13, 2017
The support should be transparent, avoiding any kind of discrimination against the opponent. And if the latter wins, they shouldn’t be penalized.
Justin Trudeau openly supported former Conservative-turned-Liberal Eve Adams in her unsuccessful bid for a Liberal nomination before the last election, and he was within his right to do so, writes Angelo Persichilli. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
TORONTO—The Trudeau Liberals have been called hypocrites lately because of their meddling in the democratic process to nominate local candidates.
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