Susan Davis (futabachan) wrote,
Susan Davis

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because AKICILJ

So, there's now going to be an election. There's also a law on the books fixing election dates to specific times. What happens now? Will the October 19, 2009 election still take place as mandated, forcing the government that's about to be voted in to have a lifespan of just a year? Will the dates somehow reset themselves around this new government, and was there a mechanism written into the law to do that? Or did everyone just not think of this case?
Tags: politics, toronto

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