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Justin Trudeau denies wrongdoing, refuses to apologize for the rare address for corruption scandal that threatens his political life

On Thursday, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau raised for the first time the corruption scandal threatening to bring down his administration, saying it was a division of trust and communication with his former Justice Minister – but he ended with an apology. 19659002] "I was not aware of the erosion of trust, and as prime minister and cabinet manager, I should have been," said Trudeau during a press conference in Ottawa. "In the end, I think our government will be stronger to fight these problems." This was the first time Trudeau raised the brewing scandal and claims that he and his administration were pushing Jody Wilson-Raybould not to act against a powerful Canadian engineering company in a case where allegations of corruption in Libya have been invoked. JUSTIN TRUDEAU'S GOVERNMENT HIT WITH ANOTHER CABINET MINISTER RESIGNATION AS CORRUPTION ROW INTENSIFES Although Trudeau remained credible and punished calls to apologize during the press conference and said no to a excuse the Canadian people and said his administration was acting appropriately. However, he noted that he will really apologize later today &#821 1; to a domestic Inuit community for the federal government's assault during the 1940s tuberculosis epidemics, the 50s and 60s when the community was split up. Wilson-Raybould, who resigned a month from the scandal, tested last week and said the administration's senior officials issued "beaten threats" to her in an attempt to convince her not to bring criminal charges against SNC-Lavalin, the Canadian The company employs about 9,000 people in…

On Thursday, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau raised for the first time the corruption scandal threatening to bring down his administration, saying it was a division of trust and communication with his former Justice Minister – but he ended with an apology. 19659002] “I was not aware of the erosion of trust, and as prime minister and cabinet manager, I should have been,” said Trudeau during a press conference in Ottawa. “In the end, I think our government will be stronger to fight these problems.”

This was the first time Trudeau raised the brewing scandal and claims that he and his administration were pushing Jody Wilson-Raybould not to act against a powerful Canadian engineering company in a case where allegations of corruption in Libya have been invoked.

JUSTIN TRUDEAU’S GOVERNMENT HIT WITH ANOTHER CABINET MINISTER RESIGNATION AS CORRUPTION ROW INTENSIFES

Although Trudeau remained credible and punished calls to apologize during the press conference and said no to a excuse the Canadian people and said his administration was acting appropriately.

However, he noted that he will really apologize later today &#821

1; to a domestic Inuit community for the federal government’s assault during the 1940s tuberculosis epidemics, the 50s and 60s when the community was split up.

Wilson-Raybould, who resigned a month from the scandal, tested last week and said the administration’s senior officials issued “beaten threats” to her in an attempt to convince her not to bring criminal charges against SNC-Lavalin, the Canadian The company employs about 9,000 people in Canada or 52,000 across the world.

She reminded of an occurrence where Trudeau expressed concern about the possibility of termination of the job if the company was guilty of inaccuracy and asked if she could “help”.

This led her to ask the Prime Minister: “Do you interrupt politically in my role as a lawyer? I would strongly oppose it.” The rhetoric asked Trudeau to pull back, she said.

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The scandal has then sprouted longer, kicking up layoffs from the opposition, which also requires an independent investigation.

A second minister in Trudeau’s cabinet also resigned on Monday. Treasury Board President Jane Philpott said it is “unsustainable” for her to remain in the cabinet in the middle of the scandal and said she can no longer defend the government and become the second minister to retire on the controversy.

Trudeau’s popularity has since fallen, leading Gerald Butts, his former chief political advisor and best friend, to testify to the defense of the administration.

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“When 9,000 people are at stake, it’s a public policy problem with the highest order, Butts says.” It was our duty to consider exhaustively alternatives allowed by law. “

Associated Press contributed to this report.

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