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How to hold foreign officials accountable

The Magnitsky Law alone should not be the last word on justice. Parliament should amend the State Immunity Act to allow civil lawsuits against foreign officials for torture. Doing so would tell the world that Canada is sincere about recognizing the “sacrifice” of victims and protecting activists.

Read the rest of the article at the Ottawa Citizen.

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