Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was stoned in London, Ontario, where he visited due to the federal election to be held on September 20.
According to information from the official Canadian broadcaster CBC, stones were thrown at Trudeau, who turned to the election bus after campaign work in the City of London, as he got into his vehicle.
Encountering protests almost everywhere he went to campaign, Justin Trudeau was the victim of verbal taunts from angry protesters surrounding the Liberal Party election bus.
According to the report, stones were thrown at Trudeau, who was trying to respond to the protesters.
Justin Trudeau, who left the area after the barrier created by the prime minister’s guards and security agents, told reporters on the election plane that he was fine while confirming the incident.
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Trudeau, who had faced intense protests in the city of Bolton, Ontario, had to cancel his program in that city.
Opinion polls in the press two weeks before the election show that the Conservative Party’s vote in the main opposition is 35%, the Liberal Party 33.5% and the New Democratic Party 19%.
In the early federal elections to be held on September 20, 2021 in Canada, 338 new MPs will be appointed.
During the early elections, 27.3 million voters will vote in 105,140 ballot boxes which will be opened in more than 20,000 electoral centers.
In Canada’s 2019 federal election, 18 million 350,000 registered voters voted.
Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Party, which is still the leading party in the Canadian federal parliament with 155 seats, is in the minority government because it cannot capture the 170 deputies required for power alone.
Previous elections in Canada were held in October 2019 and the next election was scheduled for October 2023.