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Scrums - February 6, 2013


Citizenship and Immigration Minister Jason Kenney suggests revoking the Canadian citizenship of dual nationals who commit acts of terrorism. The minister also comments on the government's bill (C-43) to accelerate the removal of foreign criminals.

NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair and interim Liberal Leader Bob Rae react to the minister's suggestion regarding citizenship status in terrorism cases.

Conservative MP Brad Trost, NDP MP Peter Julian, Rae, and NDP ethics critic Charlie Angus speak to reporters about the Conservative Party's admission that it made recent robocalls to residents in Saskatchewan. The calls were about proposed electoral boundary changes in the province.


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