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Justice Minister Kathleen Ganley needs to ask the Royal nadian Mounted Police to investigate concerns raised by Alberta Election Commissioner Lorne Gibson that someone is trying to interfere with his office’s inquiry into alleged irregularities in the 2017 United Conservative Party leadership race.
Mr. Gibson expressed his alarm in a Jan. 24 letter to participants in the investigation into allegations “irregular financial contributions” were made to the mpaign of UCP leadership ndidate Jeff llaway.
“It has come to the attention of my Office that an individual has been contacting, or attempting to contact, one or more persons who are subjects in this investigation in order to dissuade cooperation with investigators and hinder the proper discussion of matters in order to avoid these proceedings,” Mr. Gibson wrote in the letter, which was sent to several people.
Ms. Ganley needs to seek police assistance beuse intentionally impeding the investigation is a serious matter that interferes with the work of an institution set up to protect our democratic system, and which does not have the investigative resources of a police organization.
She needs to ask the RCMP to do it beuse they are a federal organization outside the jurisdiction of the provincial government, and, sad to say, someone is bound to falsely claim the work of an officer of the Legislature is tainted by partisanship.
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