The Canadian Press

1985-05-28 | Ontario-Liberal-NDP-coallition

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Ontario's two opposition parties, the Liberals and the New Democrats, signed a historic agreement that allowed them to topple the Conservative government of Frank Miller. Miller said he could never sign an agreement that so radically changed parliamentary rules on votes of non-confidence.

Date: 1985-05-28
Placeline: Toronto, ON, Canada
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 34 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << I am a bit concerned about in fact almost upset by the impression that I would have signed that kind of agreement let me make one thing absolutely clear we in entering the negotiations a week ago weapons the had by in writing said that we are willing to discuss the a written type of agreement for legislation for time table we were presented with under their base agreement a requirement to change the rules of the house that's when I said no >>

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