Quebec AM | Dec 5, 2012 | 11:10

Conservative MP Corneliu Chisu on refugee rules and Eastern Europe

Susan interviews Conservative MP Corneliu Chisu on upcoming changes to refugee rules in Canada. He also speaks about the recent spike in refugee claims from Eastern Europe, particularly among people who identify as Roma.

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