minister: Over the last few days, the prime minister has been in Asia where he has had the chance to confront two notorious human-rights violators Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte and Burma's de facto government leader Aung San Suu Kyi, according to The Chronicle Herald. Meanwhile, Environment Minister Catherine McKenna was in Bonn, where she pressured other governments to get serious about fighting climate change. But it never quite delivers. On the face of it, both were promoting what the Liberals call progressive values. Duterte is accused of having more than 7,000 suspected drug users and pushers murdered without trial since he became president last year. Indeed, Trudeau said he did mention human rights to Duterte when the two ran into each other on the sidelines of an economic summit in Manila. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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