Conservatives must not turn the Commons into a 'circus'
The Leader of the Government in the House of Commons, Mark Holland, called on his opponents to adopt “a respectful tone” and to rise to the occasion, since “the hour is serious”.
New Tory leader Pierre Poilievre must not continue his 'circus' in the House of Commons, Commons Leader of the Government Mark Holland says on the first day of parliamentary session .
I would just like to impress on the conservatives this: that I don't think this is the time to gamble. Now is not the time to try to be smart or use tricks or try to pretend things or solutions that don't matter. are not, he told a press conference.
Mr. Holland called on his opponents to adopt a respectful tone and to rise to the occasion, since the hour is serious.
Sometimes during a leadership contest, a candidate does one thing and then pivots when elected leader, Holland said. However, if the circus continues, they will see who buys [circus] tickets, he added. The leader of the government Trudeau believes that this is not what the population wants.
The parliamentary session promises to be particularly busy and marked by the fight against the x27; inflation. Among other things, the government intends to introduce a dental care bill which will seek to allow the government to send checks to low- and middle-income families, to help them pay for oral health services for their children.