Talking Points: Cooperation Resolution The cooperation resolution calls for cooperation with ALL progressive parties and voters, including disaffected Tories, former Greens, etc. The resolution that was passed was not specific about what form of cooperation would be attempted. It is a guiding principle not a specific directive. The leader of the NDP, Brian Mason has already rejected ANY idea of cooperation, which helps differentiate us as Liberals. We are the party that welcomes a wide range of progressive, centrist views. In the coming days and weeks, the ALP executive and board members will talk more about how our members wish to see the cooperation resolution take shape. We will not be directed by any outside group--Our own ALP members will guide our decisions and actions in this matter. We will reach out to all progressive parties and voters and look for an opportunity to defeat this corrupt and confused Tory government. We are the only party that represents a centrist perspective and we give voice to the moderate views that are held by the MAJORITY of Albertans. This is our focus right now.
Alberta Liberal Party - May 30, 2010