Justin Trudeau calls early elections in Canada two years after the last elections

Justin Trudeau calls early elections in Canada two years after the last elections

Prime Minister of Canada, Justin trudeau, announced this Sunday early general elections for September 20, just two years after the previous elections and despite the fact that the country is mired in the fourth wave of the pandemic.

Trudeau met this Sunday with the governor general of Canada, Mary Simon, who serves as Head of State on behalf of the Queen of England, and requested the dissolution of Parliament.

In 2019, the Liberals took 157 of the 338 seats in the Lower House of Parliament, so during the last two years Trudeau he has had to rule in the minority.

The latest polls indicate that the Liberal Party of Trudeau He is on track to win the elections again, although experts have warned that the unpredictable evolution of the fourth wave of the pandemic could cause an electoral turnaround.

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