Two upper B.C. Parliamentary officials abolished last week in the midst of an RCMP investigation, they still do not know their allegations.
Sergeant-at-Arms Gary Lenz and Clerk Craig James both called for their suspensions on a Monday press conference in downtown Vancouver. The police or the prosecuted prosecutors have not conducted any interview, but they are fully cooperative.
"Gary and I were very nervous. I did not think anything about them, they did not have any obligation to do my research," James told reporters.
Lenz and James were given administrative authorization after voting in a MLA in the last few weeks. The police were escorted from the legislature, officials of the government revealed that the two men had investigated, in response to allegations that were not made public.
During Monday's news, Lenz surprised his family, friends and strangers during the last week.
"It's not a little too much kindness. That's a difficult situation for everyone, but I think a storm will make it so sunny to make it a stronger colony in Britain, we'll be able to prevent it from happening the next time," he said.
The incidents that have been suspended by two civil servants have become a source in the legislature for the last six days.
Opposition concerns in particular B.C. Liberal activists are the Darryl Plecas speaker, Alan Mullen Mayor hired in January as a consultant on Lenz and James's activities.
This weekend, Liberal Leader Andrew Wilkinson called for an emergency meeting on contracting Plecas – and his suggestion could replace Mullen as an armed sergeant Lenz. Plecas denied this request on Monday.
In the letter of the three party chiefs, Plecas said the assembly is deciding whether Lenz and Plecas want to refuse to rest.
Plecas said three leaders said "it would not be appropriate for them to continue being assembled in front of an active criminal investigation into mounting actions related to mounting permanent personnel."
Last week, Plecas brought the most common attorney Wally Oppal as the second consultant to assist legal advisors.
The lawsuit in Plecas sent lawyer information about the lawyer Lenz and James in August, and has served two special prosecutors to help with the investigation.