Author Topic: Bill C-10 (Applying Canadian content rules to the internet)  (Read 200 times)

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I find it shocking and deeply troubling that the committee is proceeding with clause-by-clause by voting on amendments that have not been made public, are not subject to debate, and there are no experts available to answer questions, said University of Ottawa law professor Michael Geist. Geist, a vocal critic of the bill, said that process amounts to secret law-making.

A list of amendments proposed by the various parties is provided to MPs on the committee before they vote on them, but the text of the amendments isnt available to the public until after the vote due to Parliamentary privilege rules.


https://nationalpost.com/news/politics/mps-accused-of-secret-law-making-in-rush-to-pass-controversial-c-10-broadcasting-bill
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