Former Harper Communications Director Calls Fair Elections Act ‘Vengeance’

April 8, 2014 at 10:51 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment


Mind Bending Politics

A huge stunner from Harper’s former Communications Director Geoff Norquay today on CBC’s Power and Politics, suggesting that the Fair Elections Act is “vengeance” on the Chief Electoral Officer for bringing in charges regarding two Conservative MP’s for their roll in the “in and out” scandal.

Norquay went on to explain that the “in and out” scheme was being used by all parties and developed at first by the Bloq Quebecois in the late 90’s.  Norquay has stated that the Conservative party feels discriminated against as a result of charges being brought forth on Conservative MP’s and not on any other party that had used this scheme in the past.

Many experts have weighed into the Fair Elections Act, all of which have come out against the bill, stating the bill would inhibit the powers of the Chief Electoral Officer to investigate election complaints.  One of the most trusted public…

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