As Liberal government officials stand by their much-criticized decision to honour a controversial arms deal with Saudi Arabia, some MPs are pushing for a parliamentary committee to examine the Canadian arms trade. But they’ll need Liberal support to set it up. The NDP’s foreign affairs critic, Hélène Laverdière, intends to move to vote on the creation of an arms control subcommittee at Tuesday’s foreign affairs committee meeting, her office confirmed to The Hill Times. “You know, following the Saudi
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