Trudeau Refuses to Name Canadian Lawmakers Found Aiding Foreign Collusion

Trudeau Refuses to Name Canadian Lawmakers Found Aiding Foreign Collusion


The Trudeau administration on Monday bowed to growing pressure from opposition leaders and the public by supporting an investigation of Canadian lawmakers accused of colluding with foreign governments.

The administration still refused to name the accused lawmakers, however – information the opposition insists voters need so they can make informed decisions in the next election.

The National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians (NSICOP) touched off a political firestorm on June 3 by producing a report that accused some lawmakers of “wittingly assisting foreign state actors,” including nakedly hostile powers like China, Russia, and Iran.

The report also elevated India to the status of a major interference threat, as the Indian government has been trying to influence Canada to take action against Sikh

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