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Benjamin Perryman: Abdi and Government Respects

benjamin perryman: In my view, it should not have taken this long for the government to see the injustice in pursuing deportation against Mr, according to Vancouver Courier. Abdi, but better late than never. Benjamin Perryman said Wednesday that Abdi told him he nearly fainted when he saw the tweet late Tuesday night from Goodale that said the government respects the decision filed on July 13 by the Federal Court concerning Abdoul Abdi. article continues below Trending StoriesR.I.P. Uncle Fester Stinky flower goes flaccid Vancouver Coastal Health orders Trout Lake closed to swimming City adopts policy to tackle land speculation on Vancouver's Broadway corridor Richmond's off-street prostitution rings highlighted by deportation case His initial response was one of disbelief, said Perryman in an interview. Last week, a Federal Court judge set aside a decision to refer Abdi's case to a deportation hearing, finding Ottawa did not take his charter rights into consideration. But, he believes it means the federal government is dropping deportation proceedings altogether, something he called a fantastic result for Mr. Perryman said learning the news about Abdi from a tweet was unorthodox, and he has not yet received official confirmation from the public safety minister's office. ( As reported in the news.