Mr. Luc Berthold (Mégantic—L'Érable, CPC)
Mr. Speaker, let us talk about the government.
The Prime Minister does not want Canadians to know the full truth about the Norman case. Yesterday, he forced the Minister of National Defence and the entire Liberal caucus to vote against releasing a memo.
In 2015, they promised that the government would be open and transparent. In 2019, this government is plagued by scandals and secrets.
If the Prime Minister has nothing to hide, why is he imposing a code of silence on anyone who could reveal the truth about the Norman case?