If Payette Leaves Early, Canada Must Have An Immediate Election

With only a minority government, and mired in massive scandal, Justin Trudeau and the Liberals cannot be trusted with the power of appointing a new Governor General.

Julie Payette has rapidly lost support among Canadians and across the political spectrum.

With the Liberals refusing to back her, and with many Opposition MPs angry as well, Payette may end up leaving early, even if she isn’t pushed out (which would be challenging in a legal sense).

Of course, even if Payette leaving early is a good thing, the problem is that Trudeau – who appointed Payette in the first place – would get to pick her successor.

Given that he is increasingly mired in corruption and only has a minority government, that must not be allowed to happen.

If Payette leaves early, Canada must have an immediate general election.

Trudeau and the Liberals cannot be trusted with the appointment of a new Governor General, not without the Canadian People having a say.

There is far too big a risk that the Liberals would try to appoint a party stooge who would seek to further corrupt our political system to keep Trudeau in power against the wishes of Canadians.

The Opposition must make clear that they will bring the government down when and if Payette steps down or is removed from office.

We cannot allow Justin Trudeau – who has so clearly shown that he will abuse the power he gets – to have even more power.

Spencer Fernando

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Douglas Robilliard

Don’t let the door hit you in the back of your empty head on your way out! Incompetent astonutjob!

Shawn Harris

First off, the government recommends a person to be the Governor General of Canada and then the Queen and only the Queen can accept, reject or remove him or her from the office of Governor General as the Queen’s representative. It is high past time that Canadians can have a truly independent, non partisan board, agency, committee, that can recommend a person that is non partisan, and of outstanding morals, values, ethics and has been of great service to Canada and Canadians, to be the next Governor General of Canada. Too bad though,election or no election, Trudeau would still get… Read more »

Gord Gunn

There WAS a committee to select candidates for Governor General. Trudeau abolished it and took the nomination process in hand himself. Hence the problem you so rightly point out.
Second, the country should not be without a PM and GG at the same time due go the procedures for officially dissolving parliament and accepting a new PM. Again, problematic in our current mess.
Need Trudeau out NOW, then new GG if that is going to be what occurs for everyone’s good.