If the Trans-Pacific Partnership of Origin (TPP) were to enter into force, existing agreements, such as NAFTA, would be reduced to provisions that do not conflict with the TPP or require greater trade liberalization than the TPP.  However, only Canada and Mexico would have the prospect of becoming members of the TPP after U.S. President Donald Trump withdrew the United States from the agreement in January 2017. In May 2017, the remaining 11 members of the TPP, including Canada and Mexico, agreed to pursue a revised version of the trade agreement without U.S. participation.  The former Canada-U.S. free trade treaty was the subject of controversy and controversy in Canada and was presented as a theme in the 1988 Canadian election. In this election, more Canadians voted for the anti-free trade parties (Liberals and New Democrats), but the split of votes between the two parties meant that the pro-free progressive Conservatives (PCs) came out of the polls with the largest number of seats and thus took power. Mulroney and the CPCs had a parliamentary majority and passed the NAFTA bills and bills passed by Canada and the United States in 1987 without any problems. Mulroney was, however, replaced by Kim Campbell as head of the Conservatives and Prime Ministers. Campbell led the PC party in the 1993 election, where they were decimated by the Liberal Party under Jean Chrétien, who campaigned on a promise to renegotiate or abolish NAFTA.
Mr. Chrétien then negotiated two additional agreements with Bush, which undermined the LAC consultation process and worked to „quickly follow“ the signature before the end of his term, to give up time and to hand over to new President Bill Clinton the necessary ratification and signature of the transposition law.  Looking to the future. President Clinton should take advantage of the free trade dynamics given to him by the conservatives and reaffirm his support for free trade agreements with other Latin American countries, namely Chile, Argentina and Venezuela. He wisely expressed support for George Bush`s vision of a company for America to create a free trade area from Alaska to Antarctica. Latin America is the fastest growing market for the United States and the only region where America has a trade surplus. Every Latin American leader, from Carlos Menem in Argentina to Patricio Aylwin in Chile, has spoken out in favour of free trade with the United States. The Clinton administration is expected to begin negotiations on free trade agreements with them. Mr. Trudeau and Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland announced that they would join the agreement if it was in Canada`s interest.  Freeland returned prematurely from his European diplomatic trip and cancelled a planned visit to Ukraine to participate in the NAFTA negotiations in Washington, D.C.