Trying to obscure blame for the Marc Nadon appointment - 2014-03-24

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F253.png Trying to obscure blame for the Marc Nadon appointment March 24, 2014, Aaron Wherry, Macleans

So the government side does not seem in any great hurry just yet to the clean up the mess of Marc Nadon's appointment to the Supreme Court.

"Mr. Speaker, the Supreme Court rejected the appointment of Marc Nadon to the highest court in the land," Thomas Mulcair recapped this afternoon in case anyone had missed Friday's news. "The judgment of the Court is clear: the Prime Minister appointed someone who was not eligible and amended the law of the Supreme Court unilaterally and illegally."

Well, when you put it that way, it does sound quite bad. But hey, sometimes you take a chance (with one of the nine appointments to the highest court in the country) and it doesn't work out.

Wikipedia cite:
{{cite news | first = Aaron | last = Wherry | title = Trying to obscure blame for the Marc Nadon appointment | url = https://www.macleans.ca/politics/the-sketch-trying-to-hide-from-blame-for-the-marc-nadon-appointment/ | work = Macleans | date = March 24, 2014 | accessdate = February 16, 2020 }}