Mr. Speaker, probably the Prime Minister needs a comprehensive discussion with his minister.
Mr. Speaker, this weekend, the Minister of Foreign Affairs shed some light on the negotiations with China on extradition. He said:
Your paper should check the facts. There is no negotiation. To write like pretending it is, it is wrong. Stop that please.
That is what the minister said, though last week the Prime Minister said that Canada has indeed entered into negotiations with China on an extradition treaty.
Let us check the facts. Who tells the truth to Canadians, the Prime Minister or the minister?