a la carte - and the menu is corruption.
Q uebec's governing Liberal party routinely broke fund raising laws and Premier Jean Charest was aware of it, the province's former justice minister alleged Monday.
Yes I am aware that Charest was a Conservative. I smell blood and an Inquiry or Royal Commission into the Construction Industry, Judiciary Appointments and Liberal Fund Raising.
It will be difficult for Charest to place a straight jacket on any Inquiry or Royal Commission a s to appointment of Judges -
That could bring in Harper as well - After all they make Judgements on Provincial and Federal Laws and regulation - I may be in error but do not think so.
If this does prove to be fact it will be bigger than Adscam - More than comparable to the corruption that was going on with the railways during their expansion West.
In an interview with Radio-Canada, ex-justice minister Marc Bellemare says stacks of cash were forked over by construction company bosses and illegally funnelled into party coffers. He says he warned the premier after witnessing those transactions — and says nothing happened as a result. Mr. Bellemare also says he was pressured into naming judges requested by the party's powerful fundraisers. He says he confronted the Premier twice — in the fall of 2003 and spring of 2004 — and demanded to know who named judges in the province: the justice minister or party bagmen? Mr. Bellemare made the allegations after hinting for weeks he was privy to unsavoury details about the Liberals.
Radio Canada Interview - As I do not speak French I think this is the one-