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Old 17 June 2018, 02:44 PM
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We had a similar situation in Canada a few years ago where one politician would object vociferously to any legislation put forth by one committee because he considered the head of that committee to be a fraud of a politician.

I could understand it if the politician who objected did so because he thought the legislation did not go far enough, went too far, or had some area of concern or error. But in this case, it looks like it was more a case of him wanting to disrupt the legislative process.
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