2) Depuis 30 ans, parce qu'ils ne trouvent plus dans le développement de la production de quoi faire suffisamment progresser ou même maintenir leurs profits, les patrons, grands et petits, ont considérablement aggravé l'exploitation des travailleurs. Ils le font directement...
3) .. dans les entreprises, par les licenciements, la multiplication des contrats précaires, l'écrasement des salaires et l'aggravation des conditions de travail. Mais cette aggravation de l'exploitation résulte aussi, indirectement, de la mainmise du grand patronat, de la...
10 minutes late to #SECU and it's moving fast. Catching up. For those following, clause 109 of #c59#cdnpoli
Conservative motion, similar to with #CSE, asking #CSIS to report annually on the costs incurred due to oversight. Both #NDP & #Liberals argue that this creates a new administrative burden. #NDP argues could be used to try & undermine new review & oversight bodies
Good morning from the Public Safety Committee study of Bill #C59. Four hour marathon meeting. We'll see how much of the 90 pages or so left MPs get through today. #cdnpoli#hw#SECU
Conservative motion to remove the requirement that the Minister of National Defence must consult with the Minister of Foreign Affairs when the #CSE engages in active (offensive) cyber operations. Conservatives argue that this will hinder ability of Minister of Defence to act #C59
Back at #SECU for the next round of votes on Bill #C59, in time to see the #NDP motion to give the Intelligence Commissioner powers to go beyond simply saying "yes" or "no" on authorizations be voted down. #cdnpoli
Next Liberal motion, also proposed by Greens, is to ask the #IC to publish decisions not only when rejecting an authorization, but also in approving it (something @ICLMG is in favour of). Passes.
NDP motion that would allow IC to ask for additional information, rather than saying "yes" or "no" to an authorization. Notes that the current #CSE commissioner suggested this amendment #C59#secu