Another cabinet minister of Trudeaus government resigned in the judicial interference scandal

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 Another cabinet minister of Trudeaus government resigned in the judicial interference scandal


Jane Philpott, chairman of the Treasury Committee and Minister of digital government, resigned on the 4th when the Canadian cabinet encountered another personnel change.

Jody Wilson-Raybould, former attorney general and attorney general, testified in the Congressional Judicial Committee on 27 February that 11 senior government officials, including Trudeau, continued to put pressure on her from September to December last year to help Canadian engineering giant SNC-Lavalin, accused of corruption and fraud, avoid criminal prosecution. In January, Wang resigned on February 12 after being unexpectedly transferred from the Ministry of Justice to the Department of Veterans. She said her refusal to help SNC-Lavalin was the reason for the transfer. Trudeau won the general election as prime minister and formed a majority government in 2015 on the platform of high transparency, gender equality and commitment to restore relations with Canadian aborigines. After the scandal came to light, Andrew Scheer, the Conservative leader, repeatedly asked Trudeau to resign, saying that he no longer had the moral authority that leaders needed. Canadian elections will be held in October 2019, and some analysts believe that the storm may cost Trudeau in the election. Source of this article: Peng Mei News Responsible Editor: Ji Guojie_NBJ11143

Jody Wilson-Raybould, former attorney general and attorney general, testified in the Congressional Judicial Committee on 27 February that 11 senior government officials, including Trudeau, continued to put pressure on her from September to December last year to help Canadian engineering giant SNC-Lavalin, accused of corruption and fraud, avoid criminal prosecution.

In January, Wang resigned on February 12 after being unexpectedly transferred from the Ministry of Justice to the Department of Veterans. She said her refusal to help SNC-Lavalin was the reason for the transfer.

Trudeau won the general election as prime minister and formed a majority government in 2015 on the platform of high transparency, gender equality and commitment to restore relations with Canadian aborigines. After the scandal came to light, Andrew Scheer, the Conservative leader, repeatedly asked Trudeau to resign, saying that he no longer had the moral authority that leaders needed.

Canadian elections will be held in October 2019, and some analysts believe that the storm may cost Trudeau in the election.