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About sharing image copyrightReuters image captionMr Dhat Liberal Party saw its seats in the House of Commons drop from 77 to 34 Former Harvard professor Michael Ignatieff says he is reing as the leader of Canada's Liberal Party, after a crushing defeat in the country's general election.
The election marks the worst defeat in the history of the Liberal Party. Mr Ignatieff said on Tuesday that Conservative attackwhich made use of the more than 30 quebc Mr Ignatieff lived in Europe and the US, had a large impact on the outcome of the election. The Liberal Party dropped from 77 seats to 34 in chat to gay guys House of Commons, garnny Mr Ignatieff even losing his own seat in a suburb of the city of Toronto.
The election marks the first time in Canadian history the Liberal Party did quebce finish either first or second. Mr Harper, meanwhile, pledged he would not shift his party to the right in light of it having won its first parliamentary majority.
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Monday's vote was Canada's fourth general election in seven years. Mr Harper went into the election having headed two successive minority Conservative governments since His party held seats in the House of Commons prior to the dissolution of the last government.
Analysts say the prime minister has slowly nudged the country further to the right during his five-year tenure. He has lowered sales and corporate taxes, avoided ing climate change legislation and become a stark advocate of Arctic sovereignty. He has also increased military spending and extended Canada's suebec mission in Afghanistan. The NDP eritrean chat into the election with 36 seats, compared with 77 for the Liberals and for the Conservatives.
The separatist Bloc Quebecois, which seeks independence for the flirting chatroom French-speaking Canadian province of Quebec, suffered heavy losses, retaining only four seats out of the 47 seats it ly held. Its leader, Giles Duceppe, lost his own seat and reed as party head.
Mr Harper's government was forced into an election after a no-confidence vote in parliament. It was found to be in contempt of parliament because of its failure to disclose the full costs of anti-crime programmes, corporate tax cuts and plans to purchase stealth fighter jets from the US. More on this story.