Aug 12, 2013
By Michael Kramer
Progressive Conservative leader Tim Hudak is firmly against a review of his leadership and warns that party infighting only helps the governing Liberals.
Hudak says his party went through a leadership review just last year and his February 2012 endorsement by 78.7 per cent of Tory members is good enough for him.
In the wake of the August 1st byelections — which saw the Tories win one seat while the Liberals and New Democrats each scored two — there are growing calls for a leadership review vote at the PC policy convention in London in September.
Such a vote is specifically prohibited by the party constitution, which some members want amended so a second review can be held.