شکست کارشکنی غیر اخلاقی رضا مریدی وریس حزب لیببرال ریچموندهیل علیه مجید جوهری نماینده لیبرال ریچموندهیل
تحقیق کمیسیون انتخابات در مورد در مورد نقض قوانین جمع اوریکمک مالی مهمانی مجید جوهری به صحت و سلامت جمع اوری مالی منجر گشت .
بر اساس تحقیقات ریچاردرا پ ریس حزب لیبرال حوزه ریچموندهیل با کمک رضا مریدی و لابی مجاهدین ، شایعاتی مربوط به صوری بودن نام افراد کمک کننده مالی را به کمیسیون انتخابات درزداده بودند .
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؟ Failed Reza Moridi , RIchard Rupp dirty trick against MP Majid Jowhari /Elections commissioner examining Liberal MP Majid Jowhari’s fundraiser
ROBERT FIFE AND STEVEN CHASE
UPDATED FEBRUARY 19, 2018
The office of the elections commissioner is examining a fundraiser organized by Liberal MP Majid Jowhari that is opposed by his own Richmond Hill riding association but endorsed by federal party headquarters.
Mr. Jowhari, an Iranian-born Canadian who has advocated for closer ties to Tehran since his election in 2015, has organized a $150-a-plate fundraiser scheduled for Feb. 23 at Le Parc Dining and Banquet in Markham, Ont.
The fundraiser and its expenses were not authorized by the Richmond Hill Liberal riding executive. In mid-February, the executive adopted a motion in opposition to the event.
“The board voted on a motion regarding the fundraiser,” riding president Richard Rupp said in a recent e-mail. “I am not at liberty to discuss what concerns board members had.”
A source told The Globe and Mail the fundraiser is being examined by the Commissioner of Canada Elections for possible breach of Section 475(2), regarding association expenses. The investigation was launched after a complaint from Liberal Party members in the riding, the source said.
Section 475(2) of the Canada Elections Act says “no person or entity, other than an electoral district agent of a registered association, shall incur the registered association’s expenses.”
The office of the Commissioner of Canada Elections would not confirm or deny whether it is conducting an official probe. “As you know, our Office does not confirm receipt of specific complaints, nor do we disclose whether or not we are conducting an investigation,” spokeswoman Michelle Laliberté said in an e-mail.
The Globe spoke to Mr. Jowhari after a Liberal caucus meeting on Wednesday about the fundraiser dispute. “The party is responding to those questions. I don’t have any comments [other] than that,” the MP said.
Mr. Jowhari declined to answer specific questions on the issue. His office referred all questions to Liberal Party headquarters in Ottawa.
Liberal Party communications director Braeden Caley said the contentious fundraiser will go ahead – despite the vote by the Richmond Hill Federal Liberal Association opposing it.