Former GG Johnston to Have Input on Special Rapporteur Mandate

The Trudeau government-appointed special rapporteur on foreign interference will have a say in defining his own mandate, former governor general David Johnston said on March 17.
Johnston and federal officials will work together on defining the scope and duties associated with his new role before they’re announced publicly, the new rapporteur told The Canadian Press in a statement.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on March 15 Johnston would serve as “independent special rapporteur” to look into foreign interference in the past two elections.
The move came amidst calls to hold a public inquiry on the matter, as a steady stream of leaked national security information has appeared in the press since November….

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