Sunday, May 22, 2011

CANADA - The left made a breakthrough

"In the bunker's election NDP [New Democratic Party, left] in Ottawa, one clip to be sure not to dream," says the Montreal daily Le Devoir. "The surge in voting intentions in Quebec is as sudden and unexpected. NDP strategists admit candidly do not have the electoral machinery in the field to realize fully the momentum of recent days." The NDP has historically been a party with little influence in Canada.

However, New Democrats are trying to make an unexpected breakthrough in Quebec and across the country within one week of the legislative elections of May 2 They now occupy second place in voting intentions. The question is whether many of the apparatus of this small party enough to take advantage of that wave or if this sudden craze has run its course before Monday's vote.

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