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“Your committee be¬ lieves that parliamentary democracies flourish only when member and con- stitueht can communicate freely, openly and candidly without having the spectre of interception, such as the one recently examined . interfering with such com¬ munications." The committee accepted the fact that as the law stands today the RCMP ob¬ tained its authorizations to tap Nielsen’s telephone le¬ gally.
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