He further says that he put the interests of Canadians first before anything else he worked on. It is for this reason that he was reelected after failing to clinch the prime minster seat for the second time. As much as he faced much criticism from many Canadian French nationals, he proved that he only aimed at redeeming the nation of Canada. As an English Canadian, he was underrated by the majority population which was the French Canadians. On clinching the PM’s seat, he fulfilled his promise by delivering the change awaited on the Constitution. According to Jeffrey (2010), Trudeau’s worst enemy at his time was the current Constitution which suppressed the English Canadian nationals.
In his words, Trudeau had the willingness to transform Canada to a more united nation regardless of the racial background. At the time, there was a fierce misunderstanding between the English Canadian nationals and the French Canadian nationals. Trudeau clearly mentioned the need of unity between all Canadian nationals. He also mentioned the effects of having racial difference in one nation. The consequences of this scenario were compared to countries like Rwanda. In other descriptions by Laforest (1995), Trudeau was described as a great nationalist. Some admirers’ also described him as an intellect leader. During his reign he protected the Canadian unity by standing against the Quebec group. The group wanted to be separated from the rest of Canada which Trudeau was against. Other achievements under his mantle were the opposition against violent revolution and the creation of the Charter of Freedom and Rights in the Canadian Constitution (Jeffrey, 2010). However, some critics questioned the government tactics followed by Trudeau. They accused him of mismanagement of finances and his persistent arrogance (Laforest, 1995). Some also accused him of favoring the federal government over the oil