TRUDEAU CONDEMNS JUDICIAL LEAKS, DENIES PMO BEHIND THEM

Mar 28, 2019

By Bob Komsic

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Justin Trudeau has broken his silence on media reports that he and Jody Wilson-Raybould had a ”significant disagreement” over the 2017 nomination to the Supreme Court.
(Tijana Martin/Canadian Press)
The prime minister says confidential information should remain just that.
”We condemn the number of leaks that have happened recently of confidential information that has been let out over the past weeks,” said Trudeau.
”I certainly would wish that people who have access to confidential information would keep it confidential, but i know there are questions asked about the integrity of [the] process.”
The prime minister also says his office did not have ”any part in leaking” reports to the media that he disagreed with the former attorney-general’s recommendation.
Wilson-Raybould also denies having released the information and believes the leaks should be investigated.
The Conservatives are calling on the federal judicial affairs commissioner to do just that.
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