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In chapter 32 of the agreement, it says that at least three months prior to commencing negotiations, Canada will notify the other parties—meaning the U.S. and Mexico—of its intention to commence free trade agreement negotiations with a non-market country, and also that no later than 30 days before a date of signature, we would forward the text of that agreement to our CUSMA partners.
Given those provisions, is it not the case that, as a matter of law, the U.S. and Mexican governments would have more right to information about a trade deal with China than the Parliament of Canada?
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