Canada’s parliament has unanimously voted in favor of accepting up to 10,000 exiled Uyghurs with Chinese citizenship. The MPs passed a motion to this effect by Sameer Zuberi, an MP of Uyghur origin, by 322 votes to 0. The vote is not legally binding for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government, but the unanimous support of the parliament puts pressure on his minority government to act.
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