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[Promised to force Liberals to Disclose Expenses – June 2013]
I think we get it. Justin Trudeau and his “sunny days” have a hidden meaning apparently.
While Justin Trudeau was seated in opposition and there were “points” to be scored amid the Duffy fiasco, Justin Trudeau was all over the transparency issue.
For those who may have forgotten, here’s what Justin Trudeau pontificated on June 5th, 2013.
Sarcastically, in his best holier-than-thou kindergarten voice, Trudeau explained what he called a four-point plan:
- Posting MPs’ and senators’ expenses online.
- Introducing legislation in the fall that would mandate that the MPs’ board of internal economy, an all-party and generally secretive expense-monitoring committee, hold its meetings in public, except in exceptional circumstances.
- Reporting on MPs’ expenses will be done quarterly and on spreadsheets so that the data can be searched and run though software programs.
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