CANADA’S BACK! OECD Working Group On Bribery “Concerned” By Trudeau’s PMO SNC-Lavalin Scandal

Well, Justin Trudeau did say Canada would have a new image on the world stage.

When Justin Trudeau was elected, he said “Canada’s back.”

He promised a new image on the world stage – even though the previous Harper government had received plenty of praise – particularly for their handling of the economic crisis.

Now, it turns out that Canada does have a new image and is getting plenty of attention, except it’s not exactly positive.

The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), has announced that their bribery working group is monitoring the Trudeau PMO SNC-Lavalin scandal:

Their announcement is below:

“The OECD Working Group on Bribery is concerned by recent allegations of interference in the prosecution of SNC-Lavalin that are subject to proceedings in the House of Commons Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights. The Canadian engineering and construction group is the subject of an ongoing prosecution into allegations of the bribery of Libyan officials to obtain a Can$ 58-million contract to restore a water pipeline.

As a Party to the Anti-Bribery Convention, Canada is fully committed to complying with the Convention, which requires prosecutorial independence in foreign bribery cases pursuant to Article 5. In addition, political factors such as a country’s national economic interest and the identity of the alleged perpetrators must not influence foreign bribery investigations and prosecutions.

In February 2019, two procedures were swiftly launched in Canada to respond to the allegations of political pressure. The Federal Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commission opened an investigation into potential violation of Canada’s Conflict of Interest Act, and the Parliamentary Commons Justice Committee initiated a Parliamentary inquiry. The OECD Working Group on Bribery is encouraged by these processes, and notes that the Canadian authorities stress that they are transparent and independent. The Working Group recognises Canada’s willingness to keep it fully informed of developments in the proceedings, including at its next meeting in June 2019.

The OECD Working Group, which brings together the 44 Parties to the Anti-Bribery Convention, will closely monitor Canada’s updates, and has also sent a letter to the Canadian authorities confirming its concerns and next steps in this matter.”

Yes indeed. Canada’s back!

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Let’s hope they can help to hold the unaccountable trudeau accountable. Good one. Shared.

Don Taylor

Canadians are glad to see that Turdeau is finally being exposed for the SNAKE that he really is.

Messianic Jew

And Trudeau and Strickland have the audacity to publicly criticize China for doing exactly the same thing. This duplicitous slime cannot be re elected. If Canadians are that stupid to do so, well, then there is no hope. Canada is circling the drain as it is.

Diane DiFlorio

Although the article below is from 2013, I see not much has changed.

Canada now dominates World Bank corruption list, thanks to SNC-Lavalin
Out of the more than 250 companies year to date on the World Bank’s running list of firms blacklisted from bidding on its global projects under its fraud and corruption policy, 117 are from Canada — with SNC-Lavalin and its affiliates representing 115 of those entries

Ken (Kulak)

What Trudeau actually meant when he said “Canada is back” is the the corruption of the Liberal Party of Canada is back.

Stock up on brown bags.


I’m glad someone is monitoring Trudeau. Canada needs all the help it can get.


WE are currently waiting for Trudeau’s testimony under oath at the House of Commons Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights hearings. Failing that, we will hear his “version” in Court. His choice.


trudope will never testify. I want to be wrong but remember libtards are Never held accountable for anything.


Makes sense if Government Contracts give one company preference in international trade…Globalization can be such a problem when your trying to garner local votes.
There is no benefits to Canadian citizens, only for the political class.


It is a pretty sorry state that Canada is in when the OECD “outside of Canada” has to watch how badly our laws are being misused and changed by this foreign controlled LIEberal puppet group and their media. Canada “used to be” a lawful democratic country and respected for this around the world.

peter black

We have seen the SNC history of bribery that frankly as a Canadian makes me sick. Next question who else in Quebec is doing it or for that matter any other province. How does Bombardier close their rail and air contracts. If OCDE digs into our stuff look out!


I am hoping that the O.E.C.D. will call Jody Wilson to testify , so that we can finally hear the whole story. Not her story or her truth,Justin, BUT the whole truth and nothing but….