The new Conservative leader’s first week has proved one thing: Those who analyze politics are unlikely to get bored any time soon. However, what is yet to be proved is that Pierre Poiliver has the stature of a prime minister.
On the positive side, Mr. Poilievre gave a very solid performance after declaring his victory. No arrogance despite the magnitude of the victory, his speech was likely to bring the party together to rally the losing camps.
Pierre Poiliver’s speech was further enhanced by the warm and heartfelt presentation by his wife, Anayada. A friendly and natural communicator, she spoke about the couple’s personal journey in a highly inspiring way. His performance made it possible for him to be heard from French (Quebec) to English, seamlessly switching to his mother tongue, Spanish.
The new Conservative leader delivers a coherent message when it comes to the economy and public finance. In the short term, he will fix the problem of taxpayers’ purchasing power. As the leader of the opposition, he exerts necessary pressure on the government. As a conservative leader, he presented an alternative view of financial management.
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However, other turning points in his first week raise questions about his leadership type. The sneak attack launched on the constituency of Alain Rais was an embarrassing lack of class. The leader will always have the benefit of the doubt that he was neither behind the initiative nor was he aware of it.
The party finally apologized late Wednesday evening. But for someone who should avoid being identified as Canada’s Donald Trump at all costs, this episode should have been avoided. Trump has nothing more to do than launch a campaign of mass destruction on an elected official who doesn’t act on the boss’ wishes.
Comparisons with Trump also resumed naturally when the Polliver team launched an all-out attack on the entire media. Because even a single reporter was rude during his press briefing, the Conservatives launched an aggressive campaign, declaring all media outlets as allies of Justin Trudeau.
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Note that the strategy is a bit big: in the next line of the message, the conservative sympathizer was invited to donate!!! Helping the poor party by bypassing the biased media. ,
Seriously, before claiming that Le Journal de Montréal is in Justin Trudeau’s salary, Mr. Poiliver should read the columns of Joseph Feckle and Richard Martino!
Two other things bother me. A leader is recognized by his ability to rise above partisanship. He can be tough, very strict in Justin Trudeau’s attacks, but there’s a limit. The Leader of the Opposition must show minimum respect for the institution the Prime Minister represents.
He has to prove that in the event of a major crisis, if the Prime Minister approaches him for necessary cooperation, he will act responsibly and will not make fun of him over the phone.