Mr. Speaker, the Prime Minister says he sold his shares before being sworn in as Prime Minister.
So, the decision is his. He did so as a member of parliament, as a citizen, and not as Prime Minister. The trust is not involved.
It would be so easy to remove all suspicion. Why does he not table the bill of sale he made as member—not as Prime Minister and not through the trust—but on his own before he was sworn in? It is simple. It would put an end to all these questions and all these suspicions weighing on him.