OTTAWA (Reuters) – European Parliament member and anti-globalization activist Jose Bove will be allowed to stay in Canada after earlier being told to leave the country, according to organizers of an event where he had been scheduled to speak.
The Council of Canadians, a social justice non-profit, said on Wednesday that a decision to expel Bove from Canada had been reversed.
Ralph Goodale, Minister of Public Safety, tweeted that “an appropriate outcome has been achieved” in the Bove case, though he said privacy rules block public comments on admissibility issues.
The Council of Canadians said Bove had been held by …
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