'Fraudulent phone calls' mar Canada election

At least 30,000 people said to have received calls directing them to wrong polling stations during 2011 poll.



    Canadian election officials are investigating claims that at least 30,000 voters received fraudulent phone calls directing them to wrong polling stations during last year's parliamentary election
     
    The ruling Conservative Party, which won the election, denies any involvement.  
     
    But as Daniel Lak reports from Guelph, Ontario, some opposition leaders are calling for fresh elections.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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