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Defence minister says second military misconduct review absolutely not a delay

Defence minister says second military misconduct review  absolutely not  a delay
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OTTAWA -- Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan told CTV News Channels Power Play on Thursday a newly-announced second review into military misconduct is not a delay or a way to evade responsibility.

Former Supreme Court Justice Louise Arbour will head up that report.

In 2015 former Supreme Court Justice Marie Deschamps completed a 100-page report into misconduct in the military. That report made of a number of recommendations, including an independent body for reporting misconduct.
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