Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Mulroney demands inquiry on himself

Late last night, Brian Mulroney himself dropped the other foot and also said it's time for a public inquiry to clear the air once and for about his dealings with Karlheinz Schreiber.

"I have come to the conclusion that in order to finally put this matter to rest and expose all the facts and the role played by all the people involved, from public servants to elected officials, from lobbyists to police authorities, as well as journalists, the only solution is for the government to launch a full-fledged public commission of inquiry," Mulroney said.

All I can say is I respect Prime Minister Mulroney for realizing just how serious this is. The question I have this morning is, does Prime Minister Harper?

And it goes without saying; the Federal Court of Appeal should stay Schreiber's extradition to Germany on charges he evaded taxes there and bribed former Chancellor Helmut Kohl -- until we get more answers.

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1 comment:

Catherine Roy said...

How absolutely euh, bizarre.