Monday, September 12, 2005

Election will be later than we thought

Justice Gomery's report has been delayed until February 1. Well, what this obviously means is that, barring a no-confidence motion, we won't be having an election until mid-March at the absolute earliest, and more likely early April. This would make for a slightly less cold campaigning season (oh thank god...) and would put even more distance in between Gomery's initial report (the one that has the most potential to harm the Liberals) and the actual election. Advantage: Liberals.

If I were the Tories, I'd be seriously considering bringing down the government closer to the initial report, as that would be their best chance to benefit from Gomery.


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