Poilievre told the committee he wanted Wilson-Raybould to appear again to answer claims made by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's former top aide Gerald Butts.
The SNC-Lavalin scandal devolved into heated clamouring at the Justice Committee Wednesday as opposition members jeered Liberal MPs exiting the backdoor, after using their majority to shut down an emergency meeting to discuss former Attorney General Wilson-Raybould's return.
Justice Committee Chair Anthony Housefather waits to start a committee meeting in Ottawa, Wednesday March 13, 2019.
The meeting was called as an emergency session by the three Conservatives and one New Democrat MP, after the Liberals used their majority last week to put off having the discussion on future witnesses until March 19.
In her February 27 committee appearance, Wilson-Raybould claimed she was subjected to "consistent and sustained" efforts to pressure her into seeking a remediation agreement deal with SNC-Lavalin.More news: Back to the past: Scientists ‘reverse time’ using quantum mechanics
Poilievre tried in vain to raise point of order demanding his motion be fully dealt with before Drouin's but according to committee rules, a motion to adjourn takes precedence over anything else the committee might do. On February 12th, Wilson-Raybould resigned from cabinet and six days later Butts resigned because his presence was causing "a distraction".
She said the Liberals signalled to Canadians that they are simply "not interested in the truth" and continued to echo NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh's call for an independent public inquiry into the allegations of political interference.
Following his testimony, Wilson-Raybould said in a statement that her previous testimony "was not a complete account but only a detailed summary" and expressed her readiness to provide a fuller recollection of events.
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Trudeau also needs to extend the confidentiality waiver he issued to allow Wilson-Raybould to talk about matters that normally would be protected by cabinet confidences or solicitor-client privilege, Ramsey added.More news: April Ryan: Sarah Sanders 'Is the Queen of Dodgeball’
Trudeau has already said the existing waiver allowed Wilson-Raybould "to address this matter expansively and in detail", which he said is what she did two weeks ago. "Canadians deserve to know what those events were ... so far the prime minister has kept in place a partial gag order preventing them from finding out".
"What are you guys afraid of?" shouted Conservative MP and committee member Michael Barrett, who referenced Justin Trudeau's recent 4200km roundtrip between the capital and Florida where he is now vacationing.
Opposition members will try once more to recall Wilson-Raybould on 19 March, but that vote is also likely to fail, given Liberal control of the committee.
While she exhaustively chronicled meetings with senior government officials, she remains unable to speak about events following her removal as attorney general.
"We've heard the prime minister speak very freely about a period of time that Ms. Wilson-Raybould has not been able to speak about", Ramsey said.More news: Feds Are Investigating Data Deals Facebook Struck With Several Big Tech Firms
Trudeau's chief of Staff Katie Telford, senior advisers Elder Marques and Mathieu Bouchard and Ben Chin, the chief of staff to Finance Minister Bill Morneau, all need to come to explain their role, said NDP MP Tracey Ramsey.