2006-01-23 | FedElection-Bloc-Duceppe
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The leader of the Bloc Quebecois said incoming prime minister Stephen Harper would have to make good on his election promises. Gilles Duceppe said he expected Harper to solve the so-called fiscal imbalance between the provinces and Ottawa -- a major issue for Quebec. Duceppe also put a positive spin on his party's results. He said even though the Bloc won fewer seats and a lower share of the popular vote than in 2004, it still had a better showing than the Tories and Liberals in the province.
Placeline: Montreal, QC, Canada
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 22 seconds
Transcript Prediction: << we finish first for the fifth consecutive time in Quebec we have fifty one members hen house we have the balance of power inaudible and, think it will represent chair Quebecers, with all the energy Danno we have and all the respect we have for Quebec >>
Clip ID: 20060123CPCN005