CPC MPs looking to have vote of no confidence on Scheer next week

“If a written notice to call a leadership review signed by at least 20% of the members of a party’s caucus is submitted to the chair of the caucus, the chair shall order that a secret ballot vote be taken among the members of the caucus to conduct a leadership review,” reads the legislation the Harper government passed in 2015 that amended the Canada Elections Act and the Parliament of Canada Act.

If 25 of the 121 CPC MPs decide they’re dissatisfied with Scheer’s election performance the leadership review vote would take place. If a majority of caucus members, at least 61 MPs, then a party leadership race would ensue.

If Scheer were to lose a confidence vote on Wednesday an immediate second vote would take place to designate an interim leader of the party.

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