Treading a careful line, António Guterres says system is sound, but proposes admissibility, appeals changes.
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UN High Commissioner for Refugees António Guterres during his visit to Ottawa on May 29.
Kristen Shane Published: Wednesday, 06/11/2014 12:00 am EDT Last Updated: Sunday, 06/29/2014 6:11 pm EDT
The head of the United Nations refugee agency says Canada’s overhauled asylum system is solid overall, but he’s suggesting the government make it possible for more people to have access to the system and be eligible to appeal.
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