Report for upcoming Elections
The elections for Canada are imminent in this month of November. In this report we will analyze the strengths, weaknesses, main issues, challenges, and recognize who is the decision maker in each political party for the upcoming election. These parties include Bloc QuÃÂ©bÃÂ©cois, Canadian Action Party, Canadian Reform Conservative Alliance, Christian Heritage Party of Canada, Liberal Party of Canada, Marxist-Leninist Party of Canada, Natural Law Party of Canada, New Democratic Party, Progressive Conservative Party of Canada, and The Green Party of Canada. Some political parties, which will not be mentioned because they will not be in the election, include Communist Party of Canada, and Marijuana Party.
The Bloc QuÃÂ©bÃÂ©cois leaded by Mr. Gilles Duceppe is a political party, which its target is only to gain seats in QuÃÂ©bec. Its goal is to reform QuÃÂ©bec until QuÃÂ©bec sovereignty is established. They're strong only in QuÃÂ©bec because only QuÃÂ©bec has QuÃÂ©bec sovereignist, which their goal is for QuÃÂ©bec to become a in rule of Canada.
This party was formed in July 8th, 1991, which in September 11th, 1993 it was finally registered to become a federal party. Their weaknesses are that a majority of QuÃÂ©bec still wants to remain attached to Canada and only a minority of QuÃÂ©bec desires a sovereignty status. Due to the lack of support by the rest of Canada, Bloc QuÃÂ©bÃÂ©cois will by no means reach a majority government. The main issue for this party is QuÃÂ©bec sovereignty. The biggest challenge in the upcoming elections is that not a majority of people wants QuÃÂ©bec to power. Hence, Bloc QuÃÂ©bÃÂ©cois will remain a minority government in the upcoming elections.
Canadian Action Party
Canadian Action Party leaded by Paul T. Hellyer in which their goal is to regain Canada's sovereignty and...