Kolga in Globe and Mail about Canadian sanctions regime
June 26, 2018

Ofelas In The Toronto Star: “Canada must block Russia’s leadership and abuse of Interpol”

“On Wednesday, Interpol will be electing a new president to head the international criminal policing agency and a member of the Putin regime is currently the lead candidate. Should Interpol confirm the Kremlin’s candidate, the move would be akin to letting a ravenous fox out in the international human rights hen house.

While Interpol’s charter forbids it from engaging in political activity, this hasn’t stopped the Kremlin and other repressive regimes, from trying to subvert Interpol’s mandate to help them achieve their political objectives.”

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