Why I support Maxime Bernier for leader
Maxime Bernier who is a businessman and lawyer who holds a bachelor’s degree in commerce from the University of Quebec in Montreal, is a lawyer from the University of Ottawa and was Vice President of the Montreal Institute of Economics, is the current founder and leader of the Popular Party of Canada.
Likewise, the Popular Party of Canada or simply the Popular Party is a federal political party in Canada. As mentioned earlier, the party was formed by Maxime Bernier, on September 14, 2018, shortly after his resignation from the conservative party. The party has been referred to as conservative, libertarian, populist, classical liberal, and right-wing. The PPC has formed electoral district associations (EDA) in all 338 Canadian constituencies and plans to present a complete list of candidates in the 2019 Canadian federal elections.
It is necessary to indicate that for some people it is not easy to publicly support a candidate for the leadership of the Conservative Party and supporting Bernier is no exception.
Although publicly supporting a political leader is not easy, it has been emphasized that there is much at stake, therefore it is of great importance that the most capable and suitable person is chosen to lead a party and, ultimately, the country
In this way, it has been said that he could be the most suitable and that he has the ideas, the judgment, the experience, and the political skills to be a formidable leader of the opposition and a transforming prime minister.
Certainly, Bernier has advanced conservative policies that are creative and practical, policies that can make Canada a freer, more prosperous, fair and secure country, faithful to fundamental values and the proud history of the nation. In addition, it promotes attractive policies that will resonate throughout the country. A good policy is a winning combination and that is why it is considered that Bernier can win the next elections.
Likewise, it is clear that the political reality is that anyone who aspires to be Prime Minister must be completely bilingual and able to communicate with Canadians throughout the country.
Source: Joe Oliver | Toronto Sun