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2016-09-30 12:21 House intervention / intervention en chambre

Censorship, Classified documents, Government bills, National security, Oversight mechanism, Second reading, Security intelligence

Censure, Deuxième lecture, Documents classifiés, Mécanisme de surveillance, Renseignement de sécurité, Sécurité nationale,

Mr. Speaker, I have a quick question for my colleague on her speech.

We hear constantly about the concern of the Conservatives on the ability to vet reports for classified information. Does the member believe that classified information should be releasable, or should there be some kind of mechanism to make sure that never happens?

Monsieur le Président, j'ai une petite question à poser à ma collègue.

On entend constamment parler du souci qu'ont les conservateurs de vérifier si les rapports contiennent de l'information classifiée. La députée croit-elle que l'information classifiée doit être divulguée ou devrait-il y avoir un mécanisme quelconque pour s'assurer que cela n'arrive jamais?

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