Wednesday, July 07, 2010

G8/G20 meet the Public Safety Committee

Via Kady.

As per an SO 106(4) request filed earlier today, the chair is now obliged to convene a special meeting of the committee within the next five days "in order to examine all issues surrounding security at the G8 and G20 summits, including but not limited to, the conduct of security personnel, violations of civil liberties, violence and property destruction and the decisions that led to these problems."
Good news. But I expect the Harper government to follow SOP and not cooperate. You know, national security and all - 'we don't want the black bloc to know how we didn't arrest them!'

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