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Press Release – Senator Ngo Supports the Justice for Victims of Corrupt Officials Act (Sergei Magnitsky Law)
PRESS RELEASE The Honourable Senator Thanh Hai Ngo December 15, 2016 For immediate release Senator Ngo Supports the Justice for Victims of Corrupt Officials Act (Sergei Magnitsky Law) OTTAWA, December 15, 2016 – Senator Ngo today expressed his support for Bill S-226, the Justice for Victims of Corrupt Officials Act (Magnitsky Law.) This bill, currently before the Senate Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Trade, would enable the Government of Canada to establish sanctions against foreign nationals responsible for … Continue reading →
The South China Sea will shape the course of the 21st century. Brunei, China, Malaysia, the Philippines, Taiwan, and Vietnam have each claimed part of the resource-rich region, and have drawn upon centuries of history to justify their claims. These overlapping claims have created friction between these countries, and the ongoing competition to control the South China Sea has erupted in armed clashes between militaries, coast guard fleets, and fishing vessels in the past. The South China Sea disputes have … Continue reading →