May 18, 2022

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Distrust of the government | The Governor-General denied the rumors

Distrust of the government |  The Governor-General denied the rumors

Rideau Hall set the record straight: No, the Governor-General of Canada, Mary Simon, could not withdraw his confidence in the Trudeau government. The rumor was spread by the Quebec leader of the “Freedom Convoy” among others.

Posted yesterday at 6:13 p.m.

Tristan Peloquin

Tristan Peloquin

Melanie Marquis

Melanie Marquis

“An important message from the Secretary’s Office to the Governor – General,” reads a brief notice at the top of an official statement posted on Rydo Hall’s Twitter account on Tuesday afternoon.

“The Office of the Secretary-General of the Governor (OSGG) is aware that false information circulating on social media encouraging citizens to contact the Governor-General or our office to submit ‘no-confidence’ votes,” we say.

“It simply came to our notice then. No such registry or process exists, ”OSGG said in a Royal Blue theme message.

“We’ll going to remove you from the whole gang”

The rumor of a “no-confidence motion” was particularly publicized on Monday evening by Quebec leader Georges Summon of the Truckers movement. In a video viewed by more than 42,000 people on Facebook, he vowed to “launch a national no-confidence vote movement to restore a government controlled and supported by the people.” ⁇

“We are going to do a vote of confidence, which is controlled by the private agencies that elect the population and not you. [Justin Trudeau] He noted in a video that “millions” of Ottawa truckers took part in the protest. Ottawa police said about 15,000 people attended the event.

Mr. Summon then promised to target the government of Franయిois Legalt: “Your faith is coming, too. We will not allow existing political parties to play the smoke show to win the vote or the confidence of the people, ”said Mr. Summon.

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“We are going to get rid of the whole gang and we are going to democratize it. Mr. Summan is the head of the Union Fight Law Force. He has emerged as a political” party “in the regional arena.

He boasted last week that he had collected more than $ 100,000 in donations to help truckers using a Gmail address associated with the Union Fight Law Force. The DGEQ said the situation was related to a citizen’s complaint and was taken “very seriously”, according to an exchange of emails received. Press.

Election law imposes fines of $ 500 to $ 20,000 on anyone requesting donations for party or candidate purposes without authority through the DGEQ.

Mr Summon, who pleaded guilty in 2009 to fraud and forgery of debit cards, was not his first setback with authorities. Last May, the Ministry of Labor, Employment and Social Solidarity obtained a recovery certificate against him, forcing him to repay $ 10,500 in additional sums received after a false declaration, court documents said. Press.

Memorandum of Understanding for the new government

A faction of the “Freedom Convoy” that froze Ottawa’s downtown for 24 days has arrived in the Canadian capital in the hope of overthrowing the government of Justin Trudeau. Canadian Unity Group President James Bowder drafted a memorandum of understanding [MOU en anglais] To achieve this.

The protocol in question was provided to establish the new government, which would be headed by him, his wife, Sandra Bowder, another member of the Canadian Unity, Martin Bradman, the Senate of Canada, as well as Governor-General Mary Simon. Finally withdrew on February 8th.

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