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FUREY: Trudeau certainly can – and should – waive Lavscam cabinet confidences

True North's Anthony Furey says Trudeau can waive cabinet confidentiality, Trudeau just chooses not to do it.

On the eve of the federal election, news broke courtesy of The Globe & Mail that the RCMP was looking into possible obstruction of justice on the part of the lead players in the Lavscam file but was blocked from properly interviewing witnesses.

The cause, according to the Globe, was “the federal government’s refusal to lift cabinet confidentiality for all witnesses.”

True North’s Anthony Furey says Trudeau can waive cabinet confidentiality, Trudeau just chooses not to do it.

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