Public inquiry ‘wouldn’t solve anything’ | Ex-CSIS director on election interference

Former CSIS director Ward Elcock he's not in favour of a public inquiry because too much information would remain secret.

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  1. This guy is more concerned about Trudeau’s “political problem “ than possible election interference . I get the sense he was involved somehow.

  2. Finally, a voice of reason. He knows what the difference is between informing the public and keeping csis agents safe from discovery. Seeing as all the political party leaders have seen the report & agreed no interference took place, it’s time to move on

  3. We all know that sensitive information would remain secret/redacted in public but I think what is important is accountability on who dropped the ball and what can be done to mitigate and ensure this never happens again. Hiding under the cloud of secrecy is not viable option of what should / can be done to secure and protect Canadian sovereignty and democracy.

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