Opinion

Nadiya Savchenko is free. Here’s what Canada can do now

It should pass legislation to freeze the assets of human rights violators like those who violated the Ukrainian pilot’s rights.

Nadiya Savchenko, a Ukrainian military pilot elected to the country's parliament while she was in a Russian jail, was sentenced to 22 years in jail in March but in May she was released and returned to Ukraine. Photo courtesy of Inter Youtube stream

By OKSANA BASHUK HEPBURN

PUBLISHED : Thursday, June 16, 2016 11:56 PM

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