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Election-BC Liberals

/ 97.3 The Eagle
             Premier Christy Clark says she’s spoken with leaders of the province’s other political parties about how to move forward following last week’s tight election. She says they were friendly conversations and that she told the other leaders the results of the election suggest British Columbians want the parties to work together. But Clark says she’ll wait until final vote tallies come in next week before saying what her party is ready to do to stay in power in a possible minority government. The Liberals won 43 seats, one seat shy of a majority, while the N-D-P got 41 though the outcome remains unclear while 176-thousand absentee ballots are counted.

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