Once the Harper/Ignatieff Quebec motion passes on Monday (which presumably it will), what happens next? While the Dion and Rae camps would put the issue to rest, Iggy wants further debate at the Liberal Leadership convention next week:
Ignatieff's campaign manager Ian Davey reacted angrily [to the Rae/Dion proposal], accusing both men of "playing games" and "stoking fire" on the Quebec issue since last month and now "talking about shutting down the debate from the back rooms" at next week's Montreal convention.
I guess the question to be asked is, what more do Iggy's people want? In what way does Monday's resolution not go far enough that they need more divisive discussion of the issue? Is Ignatieff still looking for ways to "officialize" what is at the moment nothing more than a frosting filled love valentine to Quebec from the ROC?
And should the rest of the Liberal party bend to Iggy's will?