Greg Fergus, Speaker of the House of Commons of Canada, is under fire after filming a video for the Ontario Liberal convention clad in his Speaker’s robes. There are calls for his resignation, as the role is meant to be impartial.
There have been demands from Conservative and Bloc Québécois committee members that Fergus resign, claiming he has lost the confidence of both parties.
On Monday, Fergus appeared before the procedure and House Affairs committee ahead of potential disciplinary action.
Liberal MP Sherry Romanado told Fergus the committee had received anonymous letters “supporting you.”
Romanado said, “You’re probably not aware of that, but late last night, many members of [the] PROC [committee] received letters supporting you in your role as Speaker.”
Liberals wanted everyone watching to know that members of our committee received “anonymous letters” supporting Greg Fergus as Speaker.
Unfortunately, the metadata evidence shows that these letters were written by a Liberal appointed Senator and a former Liberal MP. pic.twitter.com/KBigRJ5DcD
— Eric Duncan (@EricDuncanSDSG) December 11, 2023
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