If the government introduces a campaign finance reform bill, it could delay a vote of confidence which otherwise could happen as early as Thursday.
"Let's avoid the risk of an election, let's make sure that we pass the Throne Speech, one that again was sincerely meant to garner the support of members across ideological lines in this House", she said.
The NDP and Greens agreed to combine their votes in confidence motions in the legislature in a bid to topple Clark's government.
"The road to stability in British Columbia is to ensure that we avoid the risk of an election".
"I'm hoping insofar as Mr. Weaver and his colleagues have said they want to conduct themselves in a principled way, and armed with the knowledge that the confidence vote will take place on schedule, that they would at least see the merit in having the bill tabled and having a chance to review it in detail and provide commentary", said de Jong.
In Thursday's throne speech, the Liberals promised to not only ban corporate and union donations, but also impose a limit for individuals, ban foreign donations and donations from other provincial or federal parties, ban loans from anyone other than a bank or credit union, and apply the reforms to municipal elections as well.
The next day, she reiterated the point, and told PAN that while her party's issues may be similar to those raised by the opposition, "the approaches that we're taking are quite different".
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Under procedural rules, the throne speech must have debate first.
"The authorities to me suggest at a tie vote, when the bill gets to third reading, the Speaker, unless it is a confidence bill, is bound to vote against third reading", said de Jong.
Redies spoke to PAN the day after Premier Christy Clark's throne speech, which laid out the BC Liberals' vision for the province and included everything from creating child-care spaces to reforming the political-donation system.
"Let's be clear: If the concerns around the speaker can not be resolved, it will be because the B.C. Liberals have once again chosen to put their own political self-interest ahead of the interests of British Columbians", Weaver said.
"I think members deserve to know, not from me but from a more authoritative source, what the rules are", he said.
Retired energy minister Bill Bennett admitted, "I think there's likely to be some real angst today on the part of business and fiscal conservatives".
Of course, the Liberals shut down those six NDP motions to ban corporate and union donations, only to have a sudden change of heart on the matter after an election that leaves them on the brink of defeat. He said he would not vote for any Liberal bill until the confidence of the house has been tested. This is an effort by this government to hold on to power for as long as they possibly can.