Canada will extradite Trabelsi

Federal government announces it will comply with Tunisian request

The federal government says it will comply with Tunisia’s request that Canada extradite Belhassen Trabelsi. Foreign Affairs minister Lawrence Cannon made the announcement on Friday, though Trabelsi had yet to be detained by authorities. Trabelsi’s resident status was revoked on Thursday by Citizenship and Immigration Canada, which said the deposed Tunisian president’s brother-in-law hadn’t met residency requirements. Trabelsi, one of Tunisia’s most notorious government figures, has been in the Montreal area since January 20.

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Canada will extradite Trabelsi

  1. "Due process of the law" our brave troops are fighting and have died in a country that had no due process of law, our PM has stated we are in Afghanistan, " Nation Building" …if a country is democratic then it must stand for due process of the law or it is no better than any other country that does not have or believe in due process of the law.

  2. "Due process of the law" our brave troops are fighting and have died in a country that had no due process of law, our PM has stated we are in Afghanistan, " Nation Building" …if a country is democratic then it must stand for due process of the law or it is no better than any other country that does not have or believe in due process of the law.

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