The Canadian Press

2000-11-00 | Election-Chretien-Future

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Jean Chretien announced he intended to serve at least three years of his next term as prime minister should the Liberals win the next federal election. Chretien said at 66, he was relatively young compared to other political leaders. Chretien said former prime ministers Pearson and St. Laurent were 67 when they were re-elected.

Date: 2000-11-00
Placeline: Edmonton, AB, Canada
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 11 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << that was never my mandate that when the third year something like that I would decide if I still want to do it or not at this moment I intend to serve my mandate that them I'm seeking from the people of Canada >>

Clip ID: 20001100CPCN003