Canada .. Trudeau leads the elections and the result gives him the formation of a government[/rtl]
[rtl]Date: 2019/10/22 8:25 • 43 times read[/rtl]
Liberals led by outgoing Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will win the federal elections on Monday and will be able to form the next government, according to estimates by a number of Canadian television stations.
According to the TVA and CTV channels, the Liberals will have 139 of the 338 seats in the Ottawa Parliament, followed by Andrew Sherr's conservatives with 99, meaning the Liberals will be able to form a minority government.
According to the preliminary official results published by the Independent Electoral Commission based on the counting of 18 percent of the vote, that liberals led the elections in 145 out of 338 constituencies in Canada, compared to 106 for the Conservative Party.
To win a majority in the Ottawa Federal House of Commons, at least 170 seats are required.
Quebec's separatists are estimated to be third in the election, with 33 seats, followed by the New Democratic Party (left), which has 20 seats.
These estimates were published as soon as polling stations were closed across the country, covering six different time zones