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Canadian Government invokes the emergency act to stop the truck driver protests

Justin Trudeau the Canadian prime minister invoked the Emergency Act for the first time since the Act was presented in 1988, to react to the continuous anti-government truck drivers protest.

The law characterizes a public crisis as "a pressing and basic circumstance of a brief sort that can't be managed under some other law of Canada."

Conversing with the press on Monday, February 14, he said:

This is about keeping Canadians safe, protecting people's jobs, and restoring faith in our institutions.” 

However the law takes into account military mediation, Trudeau maintained that the authority had no designs to do as such. All things considered, the authority is centred around wrecking the progression of assets to demonstrators and pursuing the individuals who monetarily support the unlawful protest.

Talking close by Trudeau, minister of Finance Chrystia Freeland added that banks would quickly be provided with the ability to suspend or freeze presumed corporate or individual bank accounts under a court request and unafraid of civil liability.

“We are making these changes because we know that these platforms are being used to support illegal blockades and illegal activity, which is damaging the Canadian economy,” Freeland said.

Nonetheless, Justin Trudeau has been condemned by some civil liberties groups and politicians for invoking emergency powers to stop the protest in the nation against COVID-19 limitations.

The Canadian Civil Liberties Association has contended that the protest, which has growled traffic in urban communities and at the line, didn't fulfil the guideline to have invoked the Emergencies Act.

"The Emergencies Act must be invoked when a circumstance 'truly undermines the capacity of the Government of Canada to safeguard the power, security and regional respectability of Canada' and when the circumstance 'can't be managed under some other law of Canada,'" it said on Twitter.

“Governments regularly deal with difficult situations and do so using powers granted to them by democratically elected representatives. Emergency legislation should not be normalized. It threatens our democracy and our civil liberties,” the association added.

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