A Conservative MP said she is “incredibly disappointed” that a parliamentary committee did not commence work immediately to figure out how a former Waffen SS member was honoured in Parliament.
Instead, said Stephanie Kusie, MP for Calgary Midnapore, her motion to investigate was passed on by what she called a “watered-down letter” from the Government Operations and Estimates committee to the Procedure and House Affairs committee.
“Unfortunately, the members of the committee made the decision to not start this process today by passing this motion. Instead, we have written a watered-down letter, referring it to the house procedures committee, which is nonbinding. They don’t have to act on this letter immediately,” Ms. Kusie said in a video posted to X on Sept. 29.