Vote topic

That, standing in solidarity with those seeking freedom in Libya, the House adopted Government motions on March 21 and June 14, 2011, authorizing all necessary measures, including the use of the Canadian Armed Forces and military assets in accordance with United Nations Security Council Resolution 1973; that given the current military situation and the success of National Transitional Council (NTC) and anti-Gaddafi forces to date, the House supports an extension of up to three months of the involvement of the Canadian Armed Forces operating with NATO in accordance with the legal mandate from the UNSC Resolution 1973; that the House continues to support Canada's engagement in all spheres in the rebuilding of a new Libya, including human rights, democratic development and the rule of law; that the House deplores the violence committed by the previous regime against the Libyan people, including the alleged use of rape as a weapon of war; that the House of Commons Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Development and the Standing Committee on National Defence shall remain seized of Canada's activities under UNSC Resolution 1973 and in the rebuilding of the new Libya; and that the House continues to offer its wholehearted and unconditional support to the brave men and women of the Canadian Armed Forces, who stand on guard for all of us, and continue to protect Libyan civilians from the risks still posed by the Gaddafi regime.

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Result

Yes 188
Conservative Bloc Liberal
No 98
NDP Green

Conservative

Didn't vote Diane Ablonczy
Didn't vote John Baird
Didn't vote Diane Finley
Didn't vote Jim Flaherty
Didn't vote Peter Goldring
Didn't vote Stephen Harper
Didn't vote Ed Komarnicki
Didn't vote Tom Lukiwski
Didn't vote Joe Oliver
Didn't vote Andrew Scheer
Didn't vote Brian Storseth
Didn't vote Vic Toews

NDP

Didn't vote Dennis Bevington
Didn't vote Olivia Chow
Didn't vote Linda Duncan
Didn't vote Mike Sullivan

Bloc

Liberal

Green