The former Saudi Arabian ambassador of Canada has warned that the Canadian armed vehicle has ended the shipment of the kingdom, as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says, it would be the only one that can hurt employment in this country.
"I do not think I can achieve anything, it's perfectly honest," said Dennis Horak. "If the Saudi people do not get it, they will be disappointed and annoyed. They will probably be refunded. But there is no effect on behavior. None."
His opinion, Mr. Trudeau, said on Sunday he had suspended the suspension of suspended light vehicles (LAVs) permanently, with Saudi Arab rebellion against Riyadh, in the neighborhoods of Yemen and Jamal Khashoggi as a journalist for the murder of the dissident.
"We are dealing with export permits, if we are unable to export these vehicles to Saudi Arabia," said Trudeau, CTV Question Time on Sunday
His latest remark is the clearest signal, as the Liberal government has warned that the Ottawa automobile dealer was not an intermediary to sell Riyadh, and was worth $ 15 million worth $ 14 million.
Horas sent to Canada in Saudi Arabia this summer when Riyadh declared an unknown person and had expelled after a public announcement against the Ottomans against trafficking, to release the anti-civil rights demonstrations detained in the Mideast country. He retired since then.
The foreign ambassador said that suspending or suspending exports did not have an effect on Saudi Arabia, the most widespread international criticism of Khashoggi's murder and the loss of Yemengo's life. The UN calls the Yemengo war "the worst humanity of humanitarian crisis in our era".
That said he did not know Trudeau's goal of the government "as well as the political effort to send the message." But it is a message that is either excluded or abandoned in any way. People pay in London, Ontario. "
Armored Light Vehicle is a subsidiary of Canada's Canadian Constitutional Defense contractor in London, Ontario.
The contract is maintained permanently with 1,850 direct jobs and more than thousands of people.
General Dynamics warned Monday that the Canadian government rejects the deal that will face major penalties. "Until the end of the unilateral Canada contract, it would have to spend millions of dollars in Canadian Dynamic Land Systems-Canada responsibility," said the company in a statement. Such measures "have had an adverse effect on our qualified workers", expanding our Canadian supply chain and the Canadian defense sector. "
Dynamic General warns Trudeau that on October 25 he said Canadian "potential penalties would be in dollars".
In October, Mr. Trudeau raised the allegations against LAV's planned permits for the Saudi Arabian, according to what happened to Mr. Khashoggi.
Human rights advocates and former Trudeau politician consultant Roland Paris called for an interruption of these permits, as long as the shipments were interrupted, at least temporarily. The LAVs, when they rolled the line of assembly, are now carrying the port in San Juan, where loads are attached to Saudi Arabia.
Cesar Jaramillo, the executive director of the Plowshares project, the control arm advocate, said he was skeptical about Mr. Trudeau's will. In the event that the judicial cancellation can cause penalties, the suspension of the export permits on the basis of the agreement could not be automatically generated at no silent cost.
"If Ottawa is seriously considering the expiration of LAV exports in Riyadh, why not suspend arms dispatch while abolishing Saudi Arabia's legal questions around? Weapon shipments were abolished before the kingdom without causing Canadian financial penalties," he said. he said.
"Two months have passed since the Prime Minister was questioning Canada's export exports to Canada, but all the words and actions are not only the illusion of firmness."
He said the suspension of export permits to reduce the order calls.
London, Ont. And England's economic impact is the main challenge for liberals if they interrupt or cancel LAV exports, he said, especially when General Motors announced it in November to shut Oshawa, Ont's installation. and distribute about 3,000 people.
"I do not think that this government liked this deal from the beginning, but they're worried about the job. The last thing they want is another 3,000 jobs," said Mr. These days.
It may be an option for the Canadian military to obtain a LAV agreement and buy other armored vehicles. According to forecasts, more than 740 vehicles will be introduced, and so far they are not aware of how much Saudi Arabia has been delivered.
It is not certain that the Canadian Armed Forces need more LAVs. The LAV 3.0 model for outsourced forks for the LAV 6.0 model that significantly reduces the LAV 6.0 model for the $ 1.8 million program that is already underway. More than 600 vehicles are transforming with technology and new sections.
Retired General David Fraser has said it is not clear how the Canadian military may have another LAV. Saudi vehicles mounted vehicles are another variant of the LAV 6.0 model.
"The government should answer the question, why should you buy new vehicles with new vehicles with new vehicles?
"Did you buy 2017 Chevrolet and will you now go out and get the same 2018 Chevrolet model?" He asked.