The Canadian Press

1999-11-24 | Chretien-Unity

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Prime Minister Jean Chretien accused the leaders of other parties of trying to score political points by saying a 50-plus-one vote would be enough for Quebec to secede. Speaking to a Liberal gathering in Charlottetown on Nov. 24, Chretien insisted sovereigntists would have to win more than that to negotiate Quebec independence.

Date: 1999-11-24
Placeline: Charlottetown, PE, Canada
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 17 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << the leader of the other parties we saved fifty plus one vote it's enough to break a country that has been built by our grandfather and it started here in Charlotte don't into eighteen sixty seven and these guys that you can break it with one vote >>

Clip ID: 19991124CPCN004