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Sir, I'll reiterate my point in English, because I did not talk about politicization in the nomination process.
I was talking about the fact that in the Prime Minister's Office, the Privy Council Office, and the Ministry of Justice there is what we call the “charter-proof process”, which is very bad for democracy in Canada, because you let lawyers who are not elected members in Canada decide on the future of what could be a law and what to introduce or not introduce in a law. That creates policy distortion in this country. We should never let any lawyers in this country decide if a law will someday in the future be deemed anti-constitutional by a judge who may not even be sitting right now.
That was my point. We should not let non-elected people decide and distort legislative action in this country.
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