The liberal party of Ontario started the process of seeking an interim leader after the resignation of former Prime Minister of the province, Kathleen Wynne last week.
Party President Brian Jones on Tuesday, June 12, announced what has already warned the party leadership – interim head of the Liberal party will elect in the coming days. More detailed information on the timing he did not provide.
The interim leader of the party is defined in the voting of closed party meeting, the presidents of the associations of electoral districts without elected members of the legislative body of the party and members of the Executive Committee of the party.
According to Jones, when voting will begin, those who have the right to participate in it, will only have 24 hours to make a choice, and the winner will be determined by a majority vote.
Jones said that in the coming days will be given additional information about the candidates for the post of interim leader of the Liberal party.
The resignation of Wynne due to the fact that under her leadership, the party suffered the worst defeat in the provincial election in its history and has received only seven seats in the Parliament of Ontario.