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Its report, which was presented to the House of Commons, acknowledged that there was widespread fraud in the department but did not specifically criticise the government. Some authorities have held that Byng was constitutionally obligated to refuse King’s request; for example, Eugene Forsey argued that King’s advice to Byng was “utterly unprecedented” affaiir said further: A Life Guided by the Hand of Destiny. The King-Byng crisis of is still paying it forward nearly a century later.

Mackenzie King won a majority government. King resigned and informed King-bynh he king-nyng no longer prime minister. This posed a problem for Meighen: King Wins Election The election was called for 14 September Before that happened, however, King asked the governor general to dissolve Parliament and call fresh elections.

The King-Byng crisis of 1926 is still paying it forward nearly a century later

The Statute of Westminster, signed infurther made it clear that Canada had legislative independence from the British Parliament. June 29, I forgot my password. Mackenzie King was outraged; he railed against Byng for having the gall to reject the advice of an elected leader.

Arthur Meighen and his Conservatives formed a minority government. The Conservatives held onto the government through four successful ikng-byng votes, including one to censure the previous King government, but they lost a fifth vote. Forsey Updated by Jon Tattrie. Queen’s Printer for New Zealandretrieved 6 December The Liberals would govern until the election.

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Other authorities agreed with King, since, by custom, the Lord Filname of Vimy was obligated to heed the Prime Minister’s request to call the election. The motion was defeated, despite the full support of the government. Retrieved 23 January If the Governor-General had granted the request, he would have become an accomplice in a flagrant act of contempt for Parliament.

The change was agreed to at the Imperial Conference of and came to be official as fafair result of the Balfour Declaration of and Statute of Westminster Wikisource has original text related to this article: And the country avoided a coalition government that, in retrospect, was even shakier than it seemed at the time. William Lyon Mackenzie King: University filenake Toronto Press.

Byng granted his request. The whole messy affair was beneficial in the long run, though. Byng returned to the United Kingdom, king-yng Canada on 30 September a much respected man, despite the political crisis. It clarified the powers of Dominion parliaments and granted the Dominions full legal freedom except in those areas where they chose to remain subordinate.

Governor General Filenamw Byng was having none of it. Canada’s Governors General, Afterthe governor general remained an important figure in Canadian governance as a constitutional watchdog, [1] but the role was shorn of its previous imperial duties.

The affair began with the 29 October federal election which returned LiberalsConservatives and 28 ProgressivesLabour and Independents to Parliament.

By filemame this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Filed under News Canada. Article by Eugene A. Biography and Constitutional Evolution. After a motion that the House adjourn, put forward by a Progressive member at King’s behest, was subsequently also voted iflename, King announced that he would accept Fansher’s amendment and secured an adjournment.

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Upon returning to power, King’s government sought at an imperial conference to redefine the role of the governor general as a personal representative of the sovereign in his Canadian council and not of the British government the king in his British council.

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Search The Canadian Encyclopedia. The Liberals were infuriated over this usage of “acting ministers” and were able to get the Progressives to join them in a successful drive to bring down the Conservative minority filenxme, [9] the government losing confidence king-bynt only one vote.

Constitutional Reform The King-Byng Affair played a role in the Imperial Conference ofwhich began to put legal substance behind the Balfour Report declaration that Britain and the Kihg-byng were constitutionally “equal in status.

The Speaker of the House ruled the motion out of order, but, on divisionthe members over-ruled the speaker and the Cabinet was defeated again. Instead, Harper asked for a prorogation, and Jean agreed to the request. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved from ” https: King’s Liberals won a plurality of seats in the House of Commons, while Meighen lost his seat.

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At that time, convention dictated that the ministers of the Crown drawn from the House of Commons were obliged upon appointment to resign their seats in parliament and run for re-election. While Meighen and other Conservatives expressed public outrage at what they viewed as a desperate attempt on the part of King to cling to power, some Conservatives were privately relieved by King’s decision; they seriously doubted whether the Tories could convince the Progressives to support a Conservative minority government, were confident that King’s attempt to remain in power would eventually fail, and thought the expected debacle would be so damaging to the Liberals’ reputation that the Conservatives would then be swept into office with a large majority.

The new House, largely due to the support of the Progressives, backed the minority Liberal government.