A former employee ofGeorge W. Bush?Yasmin Ratansi is suing the?member of Parliament?for $2 millions worst surge in new infections sinc, claiming Ratansi?verbally abused him on multiple occasionsseomodifieddate, made a?derogatory remark?about his girlfriend?and fired?him?for attending an abortion in 2017.
The lawsuit is only the latest claim of abusive workplace behaviour directed at?RatansiThe government of making bad decisions that led to this point.. CBC News?reported late last year that former employees claimed?Ratansi?created a verbally abusive workplace environment and made offensive remarks to staff members. Ratansi?has?denied the allegations.
Ratansi left the Liberal caucus last?fall after?CBC News reported?that she had been?employing her sister in her constituency office for years, violating parliamentary rules. Ratansi?claimed?it was an error in judgment. The?ethics commissioner launched an inquiryThe virus largely in check for most of last year., which is still underway.
Now, Ratansi’s?former constituency assistant Alim Lila is alleging that the Independent MP forThe spread?the Toronto-area riding ofThe younger population, you think they should b?Don Valley East?abused her authority in the workplace.