Canadian PM disappointed by non-confidence vote defeat (2)

18:19, March 26, 2011      

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Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper delivers a speech following a non-confidence vote in Ottawa, capital of Canada, March 25, 2011. The Canadian House of Commons passed Friday a non-confidence motion tabled by opposition parties, defeating the ruling Conservative government led by Prime Minister Stephen Harper for contempt of Parliament. According to the procedure, Prime Minister Harper is expected to visit the Governor General David Johnston on Saturday to ask him to dissolve Canada's 40th Parliament. (Xinhua/Christopher Pike)

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