Speaker threatens to quit
The Canadian Press – –
6 December, 2018 / 4:10 f | Story:
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Darryl Plecas, right.
The British Columbia's legislator spokeswoman says he will resign his position unless financial investigations show that they are " worrying the public and taxpayers.
Darryl wrote his statements at a joint-party committee meeting which includes police surveys; There were two officers who saw the legislation that was placed on administrative consent.
The members of the committee told Members that he can not talk about the reasons behind the research but to welcome the study of the books "because they must be inspected."
Gary Lenz Sergeant and Home Clerk, Craig James, were removed from the building last month after the unlawful vote of the ballot to put them on administrative permission due to the investigation RCMP.
Lenz and James have rejected any crime and their lawyer has asked them to return to their work while the inspection continues.
Plecas said shortly after he had been appointed as Last Respondent, he was informed of matters that had his duty to do his best on behalf of taxpayers.
The lawyer can not allow Lenz and James to reach immediately to comment.
Two special executives were appointed on October 1, but the RCMP has not been said not to say that the investigation includes "senior staffing functions in British Columbia's legislature."