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Canadians have chosen 'progressive plan': Justin Trudeau


Montreal, Sep 20 (EFE/EPA).- The leader of the Liberal Party of Canada, Justin Trudeau, said early Tuesday after winning the country's federal elections that Canadian voters have chosen "a progressive plan" and that he is ready to form a government.Trudeau addressed supporters gathered at a hotel in Montreal at 1.30 am after 91 percent of the votes had been counted and Elections Canada showed that his Liberal Party had secured 158 seats of the 338-member House of Commons (lower house of parliament) and 31.8 percent of the votes. (Camera: ANDRE PICHETTE).SHOT LIST: JUSTIN TRUDEAU ADDRESSES SUPPORTERS AS HE CELEBRATES HIS ELECTION VICTORY IN MONTREAL, QUEBEC, CANADA.

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