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Trudeau expands probe into claims Canadian lawmakers conspired with China, India to sway elections

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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Monday ceded to opposition pressure to expand a public investigation into allegations some members of Parliament and senators knowingly conspired with foreign adversaries, including China and India, to influence elections and politics at home.

After reviewing 4,000 classified documents and 1,000 pieces of evidence, the National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians (NSICOP) released a special report last week claiming unnamed federal-level elected officials have been "in the words of the intelligence services, ‘semi-witting or witting’ participants in the efforts of foreign states to interfere in our politics."

Trudeau was asked about the report at a press conference in Quebec City on Monday.

"Mr. Trudeau, you’ve seen the NSICOP report. Do you think the allegations in it rise to the level of treason?" a reporter said.


Trudeau responded: "I think it’s extremely important that we continue to take foreign interference with all the seriousness that it requires, which is why we will be supporting the Bloc Québécois motion to send the report and the concerns raised in it to Commissioner [Marie-Josée] Hogue's work to make sure there is a clear process whereby Canadians can have confidence in the

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