The Court Of Queen’s Bench for Saskatchewan won’t allow Travis Patron to represent the federally-sanctioned political party he founded and continues to lead.
The Judge presiding over the matter claims Patron is “not a lawyer” and has decided that the current Canadian Nationalist Party Leader, Chief Agent, and Sole Director is not eligible to represent the corporation.
The Judge further claims that until someone other than Patron is appointed to represent his party, no further action can take place, including filing material with the court, serving material on the defendant, bringing an application forward, engaging in discovery, participating in questioning, responding to an application or any other step.
The Canadian Nationalist Party claims self-representation is a fundamental question of law.
The Canadian Nationalist Party was unconstitutionally excluded from the recent 43rd Federal Election after requesting and being denied (ubiquitously and without exception) the liberty of being permitted to host a public event and communicate their policies after the issue of the writ (September 11th – October 21st, 2019).
The Canadian Nationalist Party maintains that this represents a failure of the Government Of Canada to uphold their democratic mandate and that, after being excluded from both electoral and judicial proceedings, the Government Of Canada has, subsequently, forfeited personal jurisdiction over them.