Friday, February 25, 2011

A Group May Challenge Harper's Perimeter Deal Since it Violates our Constitution

In another case of the people fighting back, a group in Quebec may launch a class action suit against the Harper government for violating our Constitution with his attempt to erase our borders.
The grounds for their prospective “class action” legal claim against the Harper government, and what they also describe as their “accomplices” in Parliament, is that the Security Perimeter (i) violates the Constitution Act, 1867; (ii) the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms (iii) constitutes treason, and a breach of the fiduciary obligation of the Harper government to defend the best interests of Canadians, (iv) and parliamentary law that is also related to Canadian constitutional customs and conventions.
There are some things that ever Herr Harper cannot get away with.

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