Canada on Thursday named an appeal's court judge to lead a public inquiry into allegations of foreign meddling — including by China — in its elections.
Quebec Court of Appeal Justice Marie-Josee Hogue's appointment follows the sudden resignation in June of another official tapped to investigate the claims in a less formal way.
"Foreign interference in Canadian democratic institutions is unacceptable," Public Safety Minister Dominic LeBlanc told a news conference.
"Justice Hogue will be tasked with examining and assessing interference by China, Russia and other foreign states and non-state actors," he said.
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