Sunday, June 26, 2022

Poilivere allegation an attempt to divert attention from crypto dip: Brown

Conservative Party leadership contender Patrick Brown says the allegation by Pierre Poilivar that his campaign reimbursed membership fees is an attempt to divert attention from his opponent’s economic policy promises.

Brown said that as the world’s cryptocurrency market tanks, the pilfer is hiding behind attacks.

“This is Pierre Poiliver trying to change the channel. This week, there was a big story in the world news and it was that the cryptocurrency was crashing and that Pierre Poiliver’s signature economic policy was recommending bitcoin to Canadians,” said Brown. said in an interview on CTV’s Question Period.

“He does not want to answer the question of how he has brought shameful economic policy to the Conservative Party.”

In a June 10 letter to the chairman of the Leadership Election Organizing Committee obtained by CTV News, Conservative MP and Pauliver’s campaign co-chair Tim Uppal raised “about membership sales practices” within the Brown camp.

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In terms of leadership, the Poilivre campaign received repeated reports that organizers working for the Brown campaign had paid memberships by individuals who agreed to join the party using the Brown campaign’s web portal, the letter said. Were arranging for reimbursement of the fee.”

Brown denies the claims.

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The mayor of Brampton also told CTV Question Period that he would not run as a federal member of parliament under Poilevere’s leadership.

“The positions they have taken do not speak to an inclusive Conservative party, I think it would be an electoral disaster. I am not interested in being part of another losing election,” he said.

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He says, however, that if Jean Charest, Leslin Lewis, Scott Aitchison or Roman Babar were to take the top position, he would run federally.

Brown has no plans to register as a Brampton mayoral candidate.

It’s time for Brown to officially pull out of another mayoral bid. He has till August 19 to declare himself a candidate.

Asked if he had made up his mind, Brown only said he was “committed” to running for the federal Conservative Party leadership.

“I have no plans to register, I am still very confident that I can win this race and put the Conservative Party in a position to defeat the Liberals and the NDP in the next election,” he said.

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