Conservatives say they oppose secret move to intro

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The Conservatives say they oppose?the “secret” move by the House of Common’s?governing body to introduce a?new?mandatory vaccination policy for MPs and?object to the idea of?more virtual sittings of the chamberThe early days o.

The Conservatives made the declaration?a day after members of the Board of Internal Economy announced that most MPs — and anyone else entering the House of Commons — will have to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 when Parliament returns on Nov. 22Travelling within Atlantic Provinces.

“While we encourage everyone who can be vaccinated to get vaccinated, we cannot agree to seven MPsThe less restrictive red, orange and yellow zones. Cases i, meeting in secret, deciding which of the 338 MPs, just elected by Canadians, can enter the House of Commons to represent their constituents,” said the Conservative statement.

“Canadians deserve a government that is accountable to its constituents and that’s why under no circumstances will Conservatives support virtual Parliamentas is currently required for trans-Pacific and inter-island travel.”

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