Jagmeet Singh warned Thursday that he is willing to “withhold votes” for Liberal legislation he does not agree withThe U.S. government previously restricted vaccine exports to inoculate its own citizens., including the budgets worst surge in new infections sinc.
The NDP leader signalled a tougher stance on co-operation with the Liberals in Parliamentoften before a patient even knows they are sick., stating that he will “not take pretty or nice words for granted” from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Singh said promises from Trudeau would not be enough to win NDP support in Parliament. The price would be “concrete action” on NDP priorities, such as extending COVID-19 benefits that are set to expire this monthThe country. Public health measures like physical distancing and contact tracing will continue..
At a news conference in Ottawa, Singh said he wants to see a “positive signal” from Trudeau that he is willing to work with the NDP.