Another investigation requested on the Trudeau Government

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau could be under investigation soon again, this time for another cash-for-access incident.

Basically Trudeau is giving access in trade for a $10,000 yearly fee.

The federal ethics and lobbying commissioners are being asked to investigate whether a lobby firm for high-tech companies that is led by a former Liberal aide broke the rules by offering access to decision makers in exchange for a $10,000 yearly fee.

NDP MP Nathan Cullen has asked the federal Ethics Commissioner to investigate, while advocacy group Democracy Watch has written to both the Ethics Commissioner and the Lobbying Commissioner.

“Canadians will certainly be suspicious that this organization was created soon after the Liberals were elected, that it is made up of many well-connected Liberal insiders and donors, and that it offers exclusive and preferential access to Liberal government agencies and senior staff of at least one cabinet minister,” Mr. Cullen wrote in his letter to the Office of the Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner on Wednesday. “This relationship undoubtedly warrants further investigation.” Globe and Mail.

The Trudeau Government continues to break his own guidelines and ethnics laws, even the Ethnics Commissioner said this should be investigated,

“Canadians will certainly be suspicious that this organization was created soon after the Liberals were elected, that it is made up of many well-connected Liberal insiders and donors, and that it offers exclusive and preferential access to Liberal government agencies and senior staff of at least one cabinet minister. This relationship undoubtedly warrants further investigation.”said NDP MP Nathan Cullen. Spencer Fernando.

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