1.On Dec. 10, Singh's wife posted an image of the Grand Jackson Rocker by Canadian furniture company Monte Design on her Instagram account, mentioning the company. On Sunday, Singh published an image on his Instagram page of himself sitting in the same chair cuddling his newborn daughter, with the furniture company tagged in the image. "The chair was given to Gurkiran with an expectation that she would promote it on social media. There was no expectation that Jagmeet would post about it," NDP spokesperson Mélanie Richer said in a statement to CBC News. Do you think it is unethical for a politician to post pictures tagging companies that had given a gift, even if there was "no expectation" for the politician to post?
Yes, politicians should not post gifts that were given
No, it's not a big deal as it was just a rocking chair
Other (please specify)
2.According to the Conflict of Interest Code for Members of the House of Commons, neither MPs nor "any member of a member's family" can accept gifts that "might reasonably be seen to have been given to influence the member in the exercise of a duty or function of his or her office." Do you agree with this Conflict of Interest code?
3.Do you think this is worthy of Singh being "cancelled"?
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