The Liberal Party of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau won significant results in the Canadian general elections here on Tuesday.
In Canadian general elections, there was a scuffle between the two major parties, the Liberal Party and the Conservatives.
According to the results, Trudeau’s party has won 156 out of 338 seats while its rival the Conservative Party gained second position with 100 seats.
Justin Trudeau thanked the public for their confidence and trust, saying that the Canadian public voted in favor of the electoral agenda.
The victory ensures that Trudeau will serve as Prime Minister for a second term.
Justin Trudeau spoke to a cheering crowd in Montreal about his victory.
Trudeau, the Liberal leader, and Conservative leader Andrew Scheer were the two top contenders in Monday’s competitive general election.
More than 300 parliamentary seats were up for grabs.
Health care, the climate crisis and the cost of living reportedly are voters’ top issues.
According to Canadian election officials, voter turnout in the 2019 elections was 62 percent, down from 6 percent in 2015.
According to the statistics, 47 million people used their right to vote.
United States (US) President Donald Trump through a tweet congratulated Justin Trudeau on his victory.
He wrote, “Canada is well served. I look forward to working with you toward the betterment of both of our countries!”
Congratulations to @JustinTrudeau on a wonderful and hard fought victory. Canada is well served. I look forward to working with you toward the betterment of both of our countries!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 22, 2019
It is to remember that, in October 2015 parliamentary elections in Canada, Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Party defeated the ruling Conservative Party by a large majority.
The Liberal Party won 184 out of 338 while the Conservatives won 121 seats.