Harper attacks opposition over no-confidence
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Prime Minister Stephen Harper accused opposition parties on Friday of trying to defeat his minority Conservative government through "back room deals".
Harper said that if the opposition Liberals presented a no-confidence motion next week to Parliament, legislators would not vote on it until December 8.
The three opposition parties say they could bring down the government over what they say is its failure to come up with a stimulus package to tackle the global financial and economic crisis.
(Reporting by David Ljunggren; editing by Rob Wilson)
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