Professor of financial criminality on Charbonneau Commission
One by one, witnesses before the Charbonneau Commission have been heading to the confessional -- envelopes stuffed with money, phony extras, political party donations, corruption and collusion seemingly at every turn. Messaoud Abda is a professor of administration at the Université de Sherbrooke, and directs the program on financial criminality. He tells us why it is important to expose all these cases of corruption and collusion, but that the Commission can do more to change the way the system works and become fully transparent.
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