This resounding victory for Jean Chrétien's Liberals was confirmed on October 26, 1993 by the host of Montreal Tonight, Simon Durivage.
The Liberals will have a comfortable majority in the House of Commons.
Recounts are being carried out in some ridings because the results there are extremely close.
The official opposition will therefore be either the Bloc Québécois or the Reform Party.
As for the Progressive Conservative and New Democratic parties, they were practically wiped from the electoral map.
The following report by journalist Guy Gendron describes the first day of the elected Prime Minister and confirms that this election will bring about big changes in his life. p>
On October 28, 1993, journalist Julie Miville-Dechêne presented at Montreal Tonighta report which follows the first steps of a new Liberal MP, Manitoban John Gerrard, in this world which is fairly unknown to him.
The staff of the House of Commons does everything to make life easier for the new parliamentarian.
We also provide him with very important information, such as the budget allocated to him for the operation of his office and the financial allocations to which he is entitled.
The staff also informs him of other services to which he has access and which raise the eyebrows of the new parliamentarian.
This liberal reign, inaugurated in 1993 by Jean Chrétien, will end on January 23, 2006, where the Conservative Party, led by Stephen Harper, defeats the Liberal Party of Canada led by Prime Minister Paul Martin.
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