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The president of the Conservative Party says party national council member:1622668883907,?Bert Chen’s sponsorship ofThe Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine made usin?a petition “attacking” leader Erin O’Toole puts him at risk of being dropped from the council.

“When you hold an office in the party, there’s an expectation that your conduct is such that it doesn’t detract or harm the interests or the reputation of …?the national council on which you serve …?the party and …?the leaderThe immense logistical challenges involved,” Rob Batherson, president of the Conservative Party of Canadacan serve parties of up to six people — not restricted to bubbles or households., told CBC News.

Only hours after the Conservatives’ election loss was confirmed, Chen, who represents Ontario on the Conservative party’s national council, publicly challenged O’Toole’s leadership.

Chen started an online petition calling for O’Toole to face an earlier leadership review. The current one is scheduled for?two years from now, in 2023.

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