Politics Unspun

B.C. government a Royal farce

More than a month after the provincial election and British Columbia’s government is still in limbo. First, absentee ballots had to be counted and recounts done to confirm Election Day results—Liberal 43, NDP, 41, Green, 3. Next, Green Party leader Andrew Weaver took his time pledging his party’s support for John Horgan’s NDP. Then, on May 29, Horgan and Weaver submitted a 10-page document to the Office of the Lieutenant Governor attesting that they had an arrangement to provide B.C. with stable government for four years. In fact, it is the only viable governing scenario because Liberal Premier Christy Clark could not strike a deal with the Greens.

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