MP Viersen honoured for human rights advocacy February 27, 2023 · by Admin2015 · 1 Arnold Viersen, MP for Peace River – Westlock, left, shakes hands with Dolkun Isa, head of the World Uyghur Congress. Isa flew to Ottawa from Germany to be part of a ceremony held by Uyghur Rights Advocacy Project (URAP). URAP presented Viersen with an award for “his contribution in supporting the resettlement of Uyghur refugees fleeing the ongoing genocide perpetrated by China,” reads a news release from Viersen. On Feb. 1, the House of Commons unanimously passed a motion for Canada to help resettle 10,000 Uyghur and Turkic refugees who had fled China. Photo courtesy of the Uyghur Rights Advocacy Project. Share this post Twitter Facebook Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Email Recommended for You Second Look Boutique opens in new location The Page – March 22, 2023 Wheat Kings win U-13 hockey banner Northwest Alberta missing from Edmonton Boat and Sportsmen Show
Why is MP Arnold Viersen receiving an award from the Uyghur Rights Advocacy Project in support of the resettlement of Uyghur refugees fleeing ongoing genocide perpetrated by China when very clearly it was a Liberal MP and his motion in the House of Commons on February 1, 2023 that acknowledged this? What is wrong with you Arnold in taking credit for this project?
The motion in the house of Commons was a liberal motion brought forth by a liberal MP. Here’s the proof.