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Scrums - March 28, 2013

Conservative MP Mark Warawa speaks to reporters about his unsuccessful appeal for his motion on sex-selective abortion to be debated in the House.

Conservative MP Joe Preston and NDP House Leader Nathan Cullen are also asked about Warawa's appeal.

Treasury Board President Tony Clement and Conservative MP Harold Albrecht speak about tensions in their party's caucus regarding freedom of speech for backbenchers.

Opposition critics Craig Scott (NDP), Scott Andrews (Liberal) and Stéphane Dion (Liberal) comment about the need to update Canada's election laws.

NDP foreign affairs critic Paul Dewar reacts to Canada's decision to withdraw from the United Nations convention to combat drought.

New Democrat MP Romeo Saganash responds to questions about Aboriginal Affairs Minister Bernard Valcourt's apology for a comment made during today's Question Period.

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