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Explainer: Why Canada's Trudeau is under fire over SNC-Lavalin case

Reuters Thursday, 7 March 2019
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Thursday denied interfering in Canada's judicial system as he sought to defuse a month-long crisis threatening his political future, but offered no apology, asserting only that lessons had been learned.
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