OTTAWA — Green Party’s Elizabeth May says she believes the small number of MPs named in a recent spy watchdog report did not knowingly set out to betray Canada.

May says today she is “vastly relieved” after reading an unredacted version of a report on foreign interference by the National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians.

The intelligence watchdog said in a public report last week that some MPs wittingly assisted the efforts of foreign states to meddle in Canadian politics.

May says the full version of the report does not contain a list of MPs who have been disloyal to Canada.

May says one former MP accused in the report of proactively sharing privileged information with a foreign operative should be fully investigated by authorities.

She says that former MP is not named in the full report.