Peter Kent and the rest of the opposition

Today in the house one of the two topics most talked about was dialog with China over extradition. It seems that the opposition, both Conservative and NDP, do not understand that there is a large difference between talks and negotiation. Questions seemed to indicate that when government member says we are not in negotiations and another government member says we are in talks that there is a conflict and that one member has no idea what is going on or is trying to build some sort of cover up.
Let Heidi make it clear: negotiation is the art of coming to a binding agreement concerning a topic, could be wages and benefits could be the rules of extradition.
:talks are what we all do to see what the other side wants needs or will give up ,we do this to see if negotiation is worth the effort. Talks normally cover a wide range of topics in order to determine what subjects can be negotiated
It appears that the members not in the governing party believe that the people of Canada do know this difference and so will bring up this skewed interpretation of what the Canadian and Chinese governments are doing in an attempt to somehow discredit the Liberals .
As to moving expenses the government answer is that the Conservatives had ten years to change the rules but did not, but now believe that need changing and want to know what happened to the money. Heidi’s answer would be it did not go to build a gazebo or fake lake.
That’s Heidi’s thought for today, what do you think, let your MP know



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