Huff Post – Canada’s attorney general told a room full of lawyers Monday that he would not weigh in on the current SNC-Lavalin scandal unfurling before the Liberal government.

But in remarks to the Canadian Bar Associations’ annual meeting, David Lametti outlined how his unique job and roles differ from other ministers around the cabinet table.

“There is a line that cannot be crossed: telling the attorney general what a decision ought to be. That would be interference,” Lametti explained…

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