OTTAWA – former chief secretary of prime minister & # 39; EPA Minister Justin Trudeau Gerald Bats says he filed notes and text messages in the House justice committee of the community in response to the evidence submitted in the last week of the former Attorney General Jody Wilson Reybulda about continuing SNC-Lavalin contradictions.
In a tweet released today, says the examples that he gave notes and texts between himself and Wilson-Raybould, after considering the material it presented last week.
On Friday, the Justice Committee released a 43-page brief from Wilson-Raybould, which includes e-mail and text messages, as well as the 17-minute audio clip secretly recorded telephone conversation between her and Michael Believers, the top public servant of the country.
In the call on December 19 He that believeth repeatedly asks Wilson-Raybould, why she does not use all the tools at its disposal in the case of SNC-Lavalin, but she pushes saying that it will not dominate decision of the Director of Public Prosecutions to pursue criminal charges against SNC-Lavalin for bribery and fraud.
Believer told her that the premiership & # 39; -Minister "completely determined" on the issue and is likely to "find a way to do it anyway."
The wreckage, which resigned in principle secretary Trudeau last month, told the committee of justice, he believes that none of the Office of the Prime Minister & # 39; er minister has done nothing wrong, and that Wilson-Raybould never complained before undue pressure on the body.
Wreckage submit additional material to support their own version of events to the committee on Sunday. The documents must be translated into French and their release is approved by members of the group before the official release.
Chairman Anthony Hausfater said Sunday he was not exactly sure how long the process may take, but said that, as a rule, will be a day or two.
Speaking in Brampton, Ont., Conservative leader Andrew Scheer said the latest action shows the wreckage of the liberal government was too quick to close the Justice Committee in the investigation brought a ridiculous political pressure on the Attorney General for prosecution of SNC-Lavalin.
"Without a doubt, we now know that there was a high-level attempts to interfere in this process," said Scheer. "Now we call the Committee on Ethics, to carry out an investigation to continue."