Thursday, 31 March 2011

No more questions

The national media travelling with the Harper campaign are only allowed to ask four questions a day, with no follow-up questions. Mark Kennedy:
After the announcement, Harper holds a news conference. He only provides one news conference per day, and it is specifically designed to ensure that it is not freewheeling. Journalists who are travelling with his campaign are, as a group, only allowed to ask four questions. One more question goes to a local journalist at the news conference.
No more questions about local campaigns will be allowed:
For the second day in a row, the Conservative campaign has lost a volunteer amid controversy.

That frustration led to Prime Minister Stephen Harper's entourage announcing another election policy: for the duration of the campaign, it will no longer be taking questions about the party's 308 local candidates.

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