Premier Jean Charest speaks in the National Assembly on Tuesday, Novemebr 24, 2009. Charest is rejecting calls for a public inquiry into allegations of fraud, collusion and price-fixing in the construction industry.
Political Debate Heats Up In National Assembly -- CTV News
Alleged illegal acts in the construction industry and fundamental Quebec values were at the centre of a debate in the National Assembly on Tuesday.
Parti Quebecois leader Pauline Marois said the governing Liberals should call for a public inquiry to investigate reports of fraud, collusion and price-fixing in the construction industry.
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Update #1: No need for inquiry, says FTQ-Construction -- CBC
Update #2: Inquiry would be 'inquisition,' construction union boss says -- The Montreal Gazette
My Comment: My initial inclination was too think that a public probe wold be a waste of money, but with police officers and prosecutors saying that a probe is now necessary .... there must be some serious problems that need to be resolved.