The federal government and the newly appointed Attorney General have made it clear. They will not investigate into the recent SNC-Lavalin scandal, which has rocked the nation since it was originally reported by the Globe and Mail.
Yesterday, the Attorney General said that an investigation would not be necessary, after only speaking with the PM, but that he would appear before the House Justice Committee if they decided to have an investigation.
Today, the Liberals announced that no such investigation will take place.
Trudeau has pardoned himself
This is an extremely serious problem. According to Michael Bryant, the executive director and general counsel for the Canadian Civil Liberties Association this could be a constitutional crisis or even a crime.
Our system gives the Liberal government the positions of judge, jury, and executioner. All that the opposition is asking from the Liberal-controlled House Justice Committee is the opportunity to question certain individuals under oath.
Lying under oath is a serious crime, so if the Liberals insist on blocking that opportunity to ask questions, the cover-up will become even more obvious.
Petition to the House of Commons
The Post Millennial plans to send a petition to parliament to demand that the opposition be given the opportunity to pose questions to the major players involved in the scandal, under oath.
We are not asking for anything more than the mere opportunity for the opposition to ask questions.
Will the government insist on shielding the main actors from questioning?
We ask that only eligible Canadian voters sign the