Feds expected to scrap controversial ‘safe-countries’ refugee system: insiders
The Liberals promised to change the Designated Countries of Origin system, but are said to now be open to killing it, scrapping a process that critics say didn't have the intended effect in the first place.
Immigration Minister John McCallum has said he is open to killing the Designated Countries of Origin list altogether, say insiders. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
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