Conservative Caucus Decides Against Holding Vote On Scheer’s Leadership

He will still face a leadership review at the upcoming Conservative convention.

Conservative MPs and Senators have decided against invoking their power to hold a leadership vote on Andrew Scheer’s future as Party leader.

They could have used their authority under the Reform Act pushed by Conservative MP Michael Chong, in order to decide to have a Caucus vote on Scheer’s leadership.

They decided not to do so.

As a result, Scheer remains secure in his position until next year, when the Conservative Party of Canada will be holding a leadership race.

Scheer is still facing a tenuous situation, with Conservative voters split on whether he should stay or go, and multiple voices from within the party calling for his ouster, while others say he should remain.

Spencer Fernando 

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