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NDP vote leaves Premier Selinger in place for leadership contest

Long-serving NDP member Curtis Nordman said he was saddened by the defeat of his resolution urging Premier Greg Seilnger to step down during the forthcoming party leadership campaign. Speaking after a provincial council meeting, he said the public will still see a perceived conflict by Selinger staying in office during the contest.

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Long-serving NDP member Curtis Nordman said he was saddened by the defeat of his resolution urging Premier Greg Seilnger to step down during the forthcoming party leadership campaign. Speaking after a provincial council meeting, he said the public will still see a perceived conflict by Selinger staying in office during the contest.

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History

Updated on Saturday, December 6, 2014 at 12:11 PM CST: Adds details of premier's address.

12:33 PM: Updates with outcome of NDP vote.

12:57 PM: Adds details, quotes about vote outcome.

3:27 PM: Updates with new comment from participants

3:38 PM: Corrects typographical error.

December 7, 2014 at 9:25 AM: Corrects typo

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