Former MP Dean Del Mastro holds Hill press briefing to outline “seemingly biased and inequitable treatment” by elections commissioner – IPolitics

by ahnationtalk on May 9, 2019133 Views

May 9, 2019

The government’s bid to set up a framework to protect and preserve Indigenous languages is back at the top of the House to-do list — and, as of Wednesday afternoon, now on notice of possible time allocation, which could be moved as early as this morning to impose a deadline for the final round of Commons debate.

Later this afternoon, Conservative MP James Bezan will get one last chance to convince his Commons colleague to back his proposal to limit parole for those convicted of “the abduction, sexual assault and murder of the same victim” until they’ve served at least 25 years of their sentence.


After postponing his planned press briefing due to the latest developments in the now-closed breach of trust case against Vice-Admiral Mark Norman, former Conservative MP Dean Del Mastro is back on schedule to share his concerns over what he sees as “the seemingly biased and inequitable treatment of SNC Lavalin and others by the Commissioner of Canada Elections,” particularly, although presumably not exclusively, when compared to the decision to take him to trial over financial issues related to his 2008 campaign, which ultimately resulted in his conviction of three elections-related offences.

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