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Okanagan liberals give defense for Christy Clark

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It's been a tough week for Premier Christy Clark especially with the scandal over a leaked memo that suggested using taxpayer resources to boost support among ethnic voters.

Multiculturalism minister John Yap stepped down from cabinet and the premier's deputy chief of staff resigned over it last week.

But Premier Christy Clark is staying on to lead the party and we spoke to Mark Ziebarth, the secretary of the Penticton Liberal Riding Association about what the premier should do in response.

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