Trudeau questioned about speaking out against human rights issues

By | February 14, 2020

Trudeau questioned about speaking out against human rights issues
Trudeau questioned about speaking out against human rights issues
Senegal, the Prime Minister, saw the hallways enslave. Men, women and children once walked in the door of no return where people were loaded onto slave ships, never to see Africa again. I just tell you to remember and to act movie on this terrible part about past incredible human rights abuse, but today he is also facing questions about whether he is doing enough to speak up about problems. Now. Justin, Trudeau has come to Senegal to think an ally for supporting Canada’s bid. When the UN Security Council seat, the Prime Minister has insisted his International charm campaign hasn’t stopped him from speaking frankly about human rights back some rights are getting a lot of attention.

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau faced questions about addressing human rights issues with his international counterparts during a visit to Senegal.

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