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Party had enough evidence to disqualify Patrick Brown: Conservative committee

National Post: 'The party said the decision to disqualify Brown was based on a recommendation from its chief returning officer. A dispute resolution appeals committee had to decide whether the officer possessed the evidence to recommend his removal.

'It says evidence included allegations Brown allowed more than 500 non-compliant membership sales.

'“Correspondence on this issue from the candidate indicates both an unwillingness and an inability to provide the (chief returning officer) with information about the individuals who were accessing the portal to register memberships the (party) had found to be non-compliant,” the decision says.'

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Larry Martin
Larry Martin
21. Nov. 2023

Conservative committee had said that they had all the evidence including allegations that brown allowed more than 500 non-compliant sales so they could disqualify easily.

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