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16 March 2019, 11:53 | Devin Moran
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While Wilson-Raybould did present her accounts of what happened to the House of Commons Justice Committee opposition leader Andrew Scheer has said that her statements have not gone far enough and is now pushing her to continue sharing her experience.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has already said the existing waiver allowed Wilson-Raybould "to address this matter expansively and in detail", which he said is what she did two weeks ago.
In the following report, Wilson-Raybould claimed she was pressured by members of Trudeau's cabinet to get federal prosecutors to change their minds regarding the remediation.
"What a shame", said Conservative MP Pierre Poilievre.
Philpott's resignation follows in suit with the principled approach of stepping down from her position, much in the same vein as why Wilson-Raybould left caucus. Butts is a long time friend of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and served as his Principal Secretary before resigning on February 18.
Jody Wilson-Raybould speaks to constituents in her riding of Vancouver-Granville on March 14, 2019. "We'll have more news on that in the days ahead", Poilievre said.
The waiver does not, however, allow Wilson-Raybould to speak about the period after she was shuffled from Justice to Veterans Affairs, including her conversations with Trudeau about why she quit cabinet.
"Canadians deserve to know what those event were".
The opposition also points out the committee did hear a second time from Privy Council clerk Michael Wernick and deputy justice minister Nathalie Drouin, after Wilson-Raybould's first appearance raised additional questions to pose to them.
"He sent in his majority to shut down that discussion without a debate and ensure that Canadians will never know the truth", Poilievre said after the abrupt end of the meeting.
Of course, SNC-Lavalin did not want the case to go to trial, as they employ 50,000 people around the world, including 8,500 Canadian employees.
Trudeau's chief of Staff Katie Telford, senior advisers Elder Marques and Mathieu Bouchard and Ben Chin, the chief of staff to Finance Minister Bill Morneau, all need to come to explain their role, said NDP MP Tracey Ramsey.
Conservative MPs have previously said a Liberal refusal to allow Wilson-Raybould to appear before the committee would be tantamount to an effort to "cover up" the issue.
"We will use every tool in the parliamentary tool kit in order to pressure the government and the prime minister to stop his coverup and let Jody Wilson-Raybould speak". The Organisation of Economic Cooperation and Development has also made a rare statement saying they are "watching" the situation which involves an global incident of bribery and fraud by the Canadian-based multinational SNC Lavalin.
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