Canada PM Justin Trudeau’s cabinet to abstain from China genocide vote, senior official says

Canada’s House of Commons will vote on Monday on whether to declare that China is committing genocide against more than 1 million Uygurs in the western Xinjiang region, but Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s cabinet will abstain from the vote, according to a senior government official.The official said Canada’s foreign minister will make the government’s position clear but said declaring something in parliament is not going to adequately get results in China and that work with international allies…

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