Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau said
at the first press conference after the election victory that
he will cooperate with other parties,
but will not form a ruling alliance with any party.
He said that he will meet with leaders of several
other federal political parties
in the coming weeks to exchange views with them
on their primary goals and how to cooperate.
The Canadian Liberal Party, led by him, won 157 House seats
in the general election on Monday (October 21)
and did not reach the 170 seats required to form the majority government.
He can choose to form a coalition government
or a multi-party government with other parties,
or he can seek the support of
different political parties every time he submits the bill.
The Liberal government will continue to promote the cross-mountain pipeline expansion project
and pay attention to the demands of the western region of Canada.
The first tasks after the new government took office include emission reductions,
tax cuts and relaxation of euthanasia restrictions.
Trudeau said that he will still pay attention to the male to female ratio
of his members when he is looking for a minister to form a cabinet.
The new cabinet will be sworn in on November 20.
During the forty-day campaign of the general election,
the sniper of the Liberal Party and its main political opponent,
the Conservative Party, was often full of conflict.
Trudeau regrets this and said that
he has to bear some responsibility for this.