Canada's head of government, Justin Trudeau has expelled two former Ministers from the liberal party. One of the resigned Ministers had levied before, made serious accusations against the government.
in the Midst of a corruption scandal, has excluded the Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau, the former Minister of justice, Jody Wilson-Raybould and the former President of the Treasury Committee, Jane Philpott from the liberal party.
The two of you were turned away from the party and direct conversation with him, denied it, said Trudeau at a party rally in Ottawa. All the confidence the Two had disappeared. Under these circumstances, "you can't be more part of the team".
Jody Wilson-Raybould, a former Minister of justice of Canada, had resigned in January.corruption and kickbacks
Minister of justice Wilson-Raybould had been transferred in January to the Veterans Department and resigned shortly thereafter. You had said that Trudeau and other members of the government had exercised undue pressure on you to prevent a criminal process against the canadian company SNC-Lavalin.
The company is headquartered in Montreal between 2001 and 2011, a bribe in the amount of the equivalent of 31 million euros to the family of Libyan ruler Muammar al-Gaddafi paid.
for the finances of the government Minister responsible, Jane Philpott was resigned in March. You've lost your confidence in the handling of the government with this issue.
Trudeaus friend, the chief Secretary and Advisor Gerald Butts had resigned. He had defended the government's actions. The affair has plunged the once celebrated head of the government, about seven months before the elections in Canada in its biggest political crisis.error Yes - breaking the law no, 07.03.2019 Atlas |Canada |Montreal