According to Ujjal's own Wikipedia page:
"In early 1999, a special prosecutor under the RCMP opened an investigation into possible influence peddling by Premier Glen Clark concerning casino licensing. On March 4, after the RCMP raided the Premier's house, they briefed Attorney General Dosanjh, whose office had to assist, and placed him under a gag order. The order was lifted on August 13, he informed Clark, and called a press conference, after which Clark resigned as Premier. Dosanjh's actions were variously criticized for not informing his party caucus and not going public sooner, and applauded for avoiding perceptions of conflict of interest despite his power to intervene.For more on the Afghan detainee issue, this is where I left off on December 13. Because the opposition is just picking up there they left off in December, with the added allegation that prorogation is decisive evidence of a government cover up. Here are two of my polls from early December.
Dosanjh became Premier on February 24, 2000"
WHAT IS THE MOST INFORMATIVE STATEMENT IN THE COLVIN TESTIMONY?
"I have to say that I've never seen a prisoner in a cell" (39%)
"I didn't witness any acts of torture" (35%)
"I wasn't really following this quite as closely as I should have." (7%)
"That's a good question, Mr. Rae" (7%)
"it took me a while to really understand the nature of our detainee system" (5%)
WHO CREATED THE PRISONER TRANSFER AGREEMENT THAT ALLEGEDLY LED TO TORTURE?
the Martin Government (100%)