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Conservative Sen. Doyle expects controversial motion to suspend Duffy, Wallin, and Brazeau from Senate to pass

Conservative Senator Norman Doyle says the government motions to suspend three high-profile former Conservative Senators without pay for two years over thousands of dollars in impugned expenses will likely pass even though Senate debate on the motions has just begun.

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Prince Edward Island Sen. Mike Duffy, pictured on Oct. 22, on Parliament Hill before delivering an explosive speech in the Senate alleging that he met with Prime Minister Stephen Harper and his then-chief of staff Nigel Wright about his expenses last winter. Sen. Duffy said that a motion in the Senate to suspend him without pay for inappropriate claims ‘is in direct conflict of any sense of fundamental justice.’

 

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Conservative Sen. Doyle expects controversial motion to suspend Duffy, Wallin, and Brazeau from Senate to pass

Conservative Senator Norman Doyle says the government motions to suspend three high-profile former Conservative Senators without pay for two years over thousands of dollars in impugned expenses will likely pass even though Senate debate on the motions has just begun.

The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Prince Edward Island Sen. Mike Duffy, pictured on Oct. 22, on Parliament Hill before delivering an explosive speech in the Senate alleging that he met with Prime Minister Stephen Harper and his then-chief of staff Nigel Wright about his expenses last winter. Sen. Duffy said that a motion in the Senate to suspend him without pay for inappropriate claims ‘is in direct conflict of any sense of fundamental justice.’

 

  

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