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2017-06-20 21:56 House intervention / intervention en chambre

Canadian Statistics Advisory Council, Chief Statistician of Canada, Government bills, Political appointments, Statistics, Third reading and adoption,

Nominations politiques, Statisticien en chef du Canada, Statistiques, Troisième lecture et adoption,

Madam Speaker, I do not see a problem. When a system is modernized or upgraded and there is continuity of people, it seems perfectly reasonable to continue using them. If the processes need to be modernized, which was a good part of the speeches, how do we make sure the whole system is flexible enough to keep up with the times? It seems perfectly appropriate. I do not see the issue that the member is bringing forward.

Madame la Présidente, je ne vois pas ce qui pose problème. Quand on modernise ou améliore un système et qu'on peut assurer la continuité sur le plan de l'équipe, il me semble parfaitement raisonnable de continuer à faire appel à ces personnes. Si le processus doit être modernisé, ce sur quoi a porté une bonne partie des discours, comment s'assurer que, globalement, le système est assez souple pour évoluer selon les besoins? Cela me semble parfaitement judicieux. Le problème dont parle le député, je ne le vois pas.

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