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No ‘list’ of MPs in report that warned of collusion by parliamentarians: May

Green Party Leader Elizabeth May says she has reviewed a top-secret parliamentary report on foreign interference and that there is no “list” of sitting MPs who have been “disloyal” to Canada.

“I can say I have no worries about anyone in the House of Commons,” May told reporters Tuesday.

The Green Party leader has security clearance and requested to read the full version of the National Security Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians’ (NSICOP) report, which contained startling allegations that there are parliamentarians “wittingly” or “semi-wittingly” collaborating with foreign governments.

May discussed the NSICOP document Tuesday – the same day Parliament voted to expand the public inquiry into foreign interference to include the collusion allegations; a move some national security experts have criticized as a “delay tactic.”

The redacted NSICOP report was made public last Monday and did not include the identities of any parliamentarians or indicate whether they might be members of the House of Commons or the Senate. Since its release, pressure has mounted on the government to reveal their names.

The Conservatives have called for the release of their identities, but the Liberals say they can’t do that because they’re bound by Canada’s official secrets law.

“Having read the full unredacted National Security Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians report for myself … I am vastly relieved,” May said.

However, she did point to one former MP, referenced in the document, who May says the report alleges “proactively shared privileged information with a foreign operative.”

May believes that person should be named and face consequences.

“This individual was entirely aware of the circumstances and was witting. That person, a former

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