Canada is one of 44 nations that in 1999 signed the legally binding Anti-Bribery Convention.
Gerald Butts testified before the House of Commons justice committee Wednesday.
Treasury Board president has lost confidence in the Trudeau government’s handling of the affair.
More details from the former justice minister’s testimony.
“Justin Trudeau simply cannot continue to govern this country now that Canadians know what he has done,” Scheer said.
Wilson-Raybould abstained: didn’t think it appropriate to vote on a matter in which she was personally involved.
But short list of three proposed witnesses does not include the former attorney general, who resigned from cabinet Feb. 12.
Liberal MPs concerned about a lack of communication and having this saga unfold going into an election campaign.
Public prosecutor has said a remediation agreement would be inappropriate.
Justice minister says government is defending federal jurisdiction over interprovincial pipelines.