L'élection fédérale canadienne de 1988 se déroule le 21 novembre 1988 dans le but d'élire les députés de la 34e législature à la Chambre des communes du Canada. Il s'agit de la 34e élection générale depuis la confédération canadienne en 1867. Le Parti progressiste-conservateur de Brian Mulroney remporte l'élection avec un gouvernement majoritaire.

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  • L'élection fédérale canadienne de 1988 se déroule le 21 novembre 1988 dans le but d'élire les députés de la 34e législature à la Chambre des communes du Canada. Il s'agit de la 34e élection générale depuis la confédération canadienne en 1867. Le Parti progressiste-conservateur de Brian Mulroney remporte l'élection avec un gouvernement majoritaire.
  • Die 34. kanadischen Unterhauswahlen (engl. 34th Canadian General Election, frz. 34e élection fédérale canadienne) fanden am 21. November 1988 statt. Gewählt wurden 295 Abgeordnete des kanadischen Unterhauses (engl. House of Commons, frz. Chambre des Communes). Die regierende Progressiv-konservative Partei von Premierminister Brian Mulroney büsste zwar sieben Prozent Wähleranteil ein, erreichte aber trotzdem eine komfortable absolute Mehrheit der Stimmen. Die Liberale Partei konnte sich von der schweren Wahlniederlage vier Jahre zuvor erholen und ihre Sitzzahl mehr als verdoppeln.
  • The Canadian federal election of 1988 was held November 21, 1988, to elect members of the Canadian House of Commons of the 34th Parliament of Canada. It was an election largely fought on a single issue: the Canada-U.S. Free Trade Agreement (FTA).Incumbent Prime Minister Brian Mulroney, leader of the Progressive Conservative Party, had signed the agreement. The Liberal Party, led by John Turner, was opposed to the agreement, as was the New Democratic Party led by Ed Broadbent. Among the minor parties, the Christian Heritage Party, running its first election candidates, supported the concept of free trade but had serious reservations about the negotiated agreement; the Communist Party fully opposed NAFTA, seeing it as a serious threat to Canadian economic sovereignty, and as seriously harmful to the labour rights of the middle class .The Conservatives went into the election suffering from a number of scandals. Despite winning a large majority only four years before, they looked vulnerable at the outset.The Liberals had some early struggles, notably during one day in Montreal where three different costs were given for the proposed Liberal daycare program. The campaign was also hampered by a Canadian Broadcasting Corporation report that stated there was a movement in the backroom to replace Turner with Jean Chrétien, even though Turner had passed a leadership review in 1986.Support swung back and forth between the Conservatives and Liberals over free trade. With mid-campaign polls suggesting a Liberal government, this prompted the Conservatives to stop the relatively calm campaign they had been running, and go with Allan Gregg's suggestion of "bombing the bridge" that joined anti-FTA voters and the Liberals: Turner's credibility. The ads focused on Turner's leadership struggles, and combined with over $6 million CAD in pro-FTA ads, managed to stop the Liberals' momentum. The Liberals reaped most of the benefits of opposing the FTA and doubled their representation to 83 seats to emerge as the main opposition; the NDP had also made gains but finished a distant third with 43 seats. The Progressive Conservatives won a reduced but strong majority government with 169 seats. Despite the Liberals' improved standing, the results were considered a disappointment for Turner, after polls in mid-campaign predicted a Liberal government. The election loss seemed to confirm Turner's fate, and he eventually resigned in 1990, and was succeeded by Chrétien.Until the 2011 federal election, the 1988 election was the most successful in the New Democratic Party's history. The party dominated in British Columbia and Saskatchewan, won significant support in Ontario and elected its first (and, until the 2008 election, only) member from Alberta.This was the second election contested by the Green Party, and it saw a more than 50% increase in its vote, but it remained a minor party.The election was the last for Canada's Social Credit movement: the party won no seats, and had an insignificant portion of the popular vote.The newly founded Reform Party also contested the election, but was considered little more than a fringe group, and did not win any seats.
  • Канадские федеральные выборы 1988 года состоялись в Канаде 21 ноября 1988 года. В результате было выбрано 295 членов 34-го парламента страны. Выиграла выборы прогрессивно-консервативная партия во главе с Брайаном Малруни. Официальной оппозицией стала либеральная партия.Явка составила 76 %.
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  • L'élection fédérale canadienne de 1988 se déroule le 21 novembre 1988 dans le but d'élire les députés de la 34e législature à la Chambre des communes du Canada. Il s'agit de la 34e élection générale depuis la confédération canadienne en 1867. Le Parti progressiste-conservateur de Brian Mulroney remporte l'élection avec un gouvernement majoritaire.
  • Канадские федеральные выборы 1988 года состоялись в Канаде 21 ноября 1988 года. В результате было выбрано 295 членов 34-го парламента страны. Выиграла выборы прогрессивно-консервативная партия во главе с Брайаном Малруни. Официальной оппозицией стала либеральная партия.Явка составила 76 %.
  • Die 34. kanadischen Unterhauswahlen (engl. 34th Canadian General Election, frz. 34e élection fédérale canadienne) fanden am 21. November 1988 statt. Gewählt wurden 295 Abgeordnete des kanadischen Unterhauses (engl. House of Commons, frz. Chambre des Communes). Die regierende Progressiv-konservative Partei von Premierminister Brian Mulroney büsste zwar sieben Prozent Wähleranteil ein, erreichte aber trotzdem eine komfortable absolute Mehrheit der Stimmen.
  • The Canadian federal election of 1988 was held November 21, 1988, to elect members of the Canadian House of Commons of the 34th Parliament of Canada. It was an election largely fought on a single issue: the Canada-U.S. Free Trade Agreement (FTA).Incumbent Prime Minister Brian Mulroney, leader of the Progressive Conservative Party, had signed the agreement. The Liberal Party, led by John Turner, was opposed to the agreement, as was the New Democratic Party led by Ed Broadbent.
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  • Élection fédérale canadienne de 1988
  • Canadian federal election, 1988
  • Kanadische Unterhauswahlen 1988
  • Канадские федеральные выборы (1988)
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