Liberals try to bend the rules again to save SNC-Lavalin from corruption charges

The Liberal government has its eyes on changing the ethical procurement rules that regulate the length of time a company can remain banned from bidding on federal contracts, a revision of policy that could offer SNC-Lavalin another means of dealing with the fraud and corruption charges it faces.

SNC-Lavalin faces charges stemming from a RCMP investigation into shady business dealings done in Libya. If SNC-Lavalin is found guilty, it could be banned from bidding on federal contracts for 10 years.

This is so Liberal Party…

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