Written by the Editor in Chief
In most of the democratic countries of the world and the countries of the third world, the compass of the political opposition is heading towards the weaknesses of their governments, to exploit the administrative and legal loopholes in order to bring down those governments under various pretexts.
Including corruption, confusion, inability to manage crises, and even accusations of treason, in order to bring down the government and re-run the elections. Perhaps it – meaning the opposition – will have a participation in the new government formation,
Or even political blackmail sometimes in order to obtain positions and ministries, or sometimes personal benefits, as happens in third world countries.
But the matter here in Canada is completely different, as the opposition has had an opportunity to undermine the government of the parliamentary minority and topple it, especially after Trudeau disrupted the parliament and the ambiguity that wrapped the billions disbursement process to meet the challenges of Covid-19, which the opposition considered a kind of abuse of power and lack of clarity in the exchange decisions that are gone. The victim was former Finance Minister Bill Morneau, who resigned due to political pressures.
Despite all these administrative and legal problems, we have not heard or seen one of the opposition leaders – the conservatives, the democrats, the Quebec bloc, or the Green – practicing political blackmail to support the government in exchange for personal or partisan benefits. On the contrary, the conditions for the opposition to the continuation of the Trudeau government were to demand the rights of Canadians, no more …!
The leader of the Democratic Party, “Jagmit Singh,” to support the government stipulated extending the emergency response, raising the value of the monthly grant for those unemployed due to the epidemic, and granting employees paid sick leave to ensure that no Canadian would have to go to work while sick.
Mr. Singh did not demand a ministry for his party or a personal benefit for his bloc, but rather asked for additional rights for
Likewise, the Quebec bloc, which in turn called for strengthening social welfare transfers to the provinces without federal restrictions, which is in the interest of the Canadian citizen as well.
This dedication to work is less than what you find equivalent in the countries of the world. As Canadians, we have the right to be proud of those national institutions as long as they work for Canada, so you see everyone working for the Canadian citizen and achieving his well-being to overcome this crisis that the whole world is going through without exception.
This is the reason for the success and prosperity of countries, and as the Arab popular saying goes, “The people to cooperate will be stronger.”