Mr. Speaker, we do not feel that the government is treating the question from the member for Red Deer with the gravity it deserves.
There is a former prime minister of Canada accusing a former deputy minister of defence, the de facto commander of the Canadian Armed Forces at the time, with participation in the cover-up of a murder in Somalia.
The head of a commission that is supposed to be getting to the bottom of this says that he cannot because of interference by the government.
My question is for the Prime Minister. Will he simply sit there and ignore this matter or will he take some action to get to the bottom of this accusation?