Ethical watchdog Canada does research to vacation Trudeau
The ethical watchdog of the Canadian government is doing “preliminary research” to the vacation of prime minister Justin Trudeau on the private island of a billionaire.
There it is examined whether Trudeau with the holidays, the rules violated, reported Canadian media Friday.
About the holidays Trudeau has long been mysterious to be done. His staff refused for days to say something about the place where Trudeau during the vacation time spent. Eventually the prime minister admit that he is in the Bahamas the island was visited by the wealthy Aga Khan.
For the opposition since unveiling prijsschieten: the conservatives sneerden that Trudeau apparently “the lifestyle of a billionaire could not resist”. According to other critics, he went his booklet to the outside by in a privéhelikopter of the billionaire, while ministers usually are not ‘sponsored trips’ can accept.
Trudeau says to look forward to a conversation with the ethics commissioner of the government.