Prime Minister Stephen Harper is snubbing opposition parties by ending a long established practice of inviting foreign heads of state to meet with them.
No one who follows Canadian politics will be surprised at the above. But then there's this:
Meanwhile, Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff has met with U.S. President Barack Obama and he also met Mexican President Felipe Calderon in May.
“It seems totally normal to me that the leader of the official opposition would have meetings, and the leaders of the third and fourth parties would not,” Ignatieff spokesman Michel Liboiron said.
Except, by long established practice, the exclusion of all but the leader of the official opposition isn't 'perfectly normal'.
If the label fits, wear it: elitist.
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