The Reform Party stands against the Transpacific Partnership. This trade treaty would open free trade with eleven Pacific Nations, including China. The Reform Party has several concerns about this treaty that it wishes to raise.
The first major issue the Reform Party has with this trade treaty, is that it is being negotiated in secret. This secrecy creates an nontransparent political environment that keeps facts away from the general public. It is the Reform Party’s belief that the general population has the right to know about treaties and legislation that are being negotiated by their representation in government.