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Page Report: Rohingya and Resettlement Status

page report: Canada should also consider granting refugee and resettlement status to Myanmar's persecuted ethnic Rohingya, 700,000 of whom have fled to neighbouring Bangladesh to escape a brutal campaign by Myanmar's military, he said, according to National Observer. The 39-page report is noticeably silent on another major issue how to address Suu Kyi, Myanmar's de facto political leader who has been widely criticized for not speaking out against the atrocities being committed against the Rohingya. Rae, who was appointed Canada's special envoy to the seven-month-old Rohingya crisis, made that remark as he released his final report today on the troubles engulfing Myanmar and Bangladesh. ; He said Canada needs to step up its spending on the mass migration crisis and should play a leading role in the investigation by the International Criminal Court of possible war crimes. Rae told a news conference on Parliament Hill that he wishes she would act. I don't exclude anybody from that, Rae said. Whoever is found responsible, whether in the civilian government or the military government, for what has happened should be held responsible. ( As reported in the news.