A good ole witchburning is a great story!
Last February, Fraser’s office started talks with the secretive all-party board of internal economy about initiating a value-formoney and performance audit of the $440 million spent running the House of Commons and $93 million running the Senate but, so far, MPs have not given her the OK to go ahead.
The books haven't been audited since 1991. -Kelly McParland
Where are the journalists in support of improving access to the substantive investigation and audits in the internal economy? Why is no party pushing for these unredacted documents and improved access for Sheila Fraser?
To be fair can we expect an opposition party to move a motion to include
1) I.O.C drug testing of all Members of Parliament, family including their staff?
2) Financial audit of television experts who provide a regular contribution to eliminate any concern for bias?
Just asking as I am one of those not interested in the media obsession for Tiger Woods, Sandra Bullock or Helena's Geurgis' marital problems.
Ms. Fraser should get the go-ahead to examine these expenses. The public has a right to know how its money is being spent, and elected officials have the obligation to account for it.-National Post Editorial