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A Liberal MP who inadvertently flashed his parliamentary colleagues says the fact that a screenshot of him in the nude was leaked to the media sends a troubling message about the corrosive state of politics in Canada. The MP for the Quebec riding of Pontiac said he had just returned from a jog on Wednesday and was changing his clothes in his office.
He did not realize the camera on his laptop was turned on and that his image was being beamed to fellow MPs tuned in to an internal parliamentary feed of virtual proceedings in the House of Commons. He'd just sat down at his desk to watch the remainder of question period when he started getting text messages from colleagues advising him to turn off leaked naked photos camera. Amos, the parliamentary secretary to Industry Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne, said at first he was hopeful that the embarrassing faux pas would go unremarked when no one raised it during question period.
Those hopes were shattered shortly afterward, however, as a screen grab of him standing naked by his desk was leaked and began circulating on social media. Your mind is racing. The story, and the mortifying screenshot, has since made headlines all around the world, from Malaysia to England.
Amos has been the butt of jokes from popular U. And his Twitter and Facebook feeds have been deluged with "an avalanche" of reaction from around the globe.
Amos stressed: "I'm resolutely not casting myself in a victim posture here I made a mistake. I'm able for not being aware that my camera was on I have to integrate that into the rest of my life. But Amos, an environmental lawyer before first being elected insaid the issue is bigger than the impact on him personally. He argued that the leak of the screenshot violates parliamentary rules, "and without those rules, you have a compromised democracy," in which fewer people will want to run for Parliament or have trust in democratic institutions.
Parliamentary rules prohibit any taking of video or photographs of parliamentary proceedings, including the non-public portions. Government House leader Pablo Rodriguez asked Thursday that Commons Speaker Anthony Rota investigate who took the screenshot of Amos and who shared it publicly, suggesting there could be serious implications.
Amos said he's determined not to let the international humiliation distract him from his job. But he noted that the same thing could happen to any MP, including someone struggling with mental health issues or who is more vulnerable than he is. That's grossly unfair," he said. Maybe another parliamentarian wouldn't be able to integrate this tsunami of attention on one's private self as well as me.
That's why, Amos said, it is so important to investigate and make sure such a thing never happens again.
To let it drop would be "an invitation to corrosive, democratically destructive behaviour. Politics MP William Amos speaks out: Leaked naked photo sends message 'anything goes' in politics The Liberal MP who inadvertently flashed his parliamentary colleagues says the fact that a screenshot of him in the nude was leaked to the media sends a troubling message about the corrosive state of politics in Canada.
Social Sharing. Not visible on public feed No one watching the public feed saw Amos, since he was not addressing the Commons at the time. The conversation with my wife, which I'd been sort of delaying, had to happen right away. Government House leader calls for investigation into leaked photo of naked Liberal MP.Leaked naked photos
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