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Prime Minister Trudeau attends Third Summit for Democracy


Seoul, 21 March 2024 (TDI): Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attends the Third Summit for Democracy hosted by the Republic of Korea on 18-20 March 2024 in Seoul.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and many other leaders from around the world participated in this Summit to promote Democracy and Sovereignty of the States and “Democracy For Future Generations”.

Justin Trudeau said, “Our democracies didn’t happen by accident, and they won’t continue without effort. That’s why we are working with partners around the world, through the Summit for Democracy, to strengthen democracy and trust in our institutions”.

Moreover, he said, “Canada will work with all countries, our long-standing partners and our new friends – to show the world that democracy Is enduring and resilient”.

Furthermore, he said that the theme “Democracy for Future Generations” reminds us to protect democracy for our Children, and the coming generations.

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New Project to nurture Democracy

Prime Minister Trudeau announced $30 million for new projects to nurture democracy.

Additionally, he announced, “$22.3 million to defend human rights and promote inclusion. $5.6 million to strengthen resilient democratic institutions. And $2.5 million to counter foreign interference”.

Prime Minister Trudeau took part in a virtual plenary session hosted by ROK’s. This session was based on the topic of elections, technology, misinformation, etc. Through “Global Deceleration on Information Integrity Online” Canada helps to ensure a healthy information ecosystem.

Additionally, he announced the upcoming launch of a “trust and transparency” strategy. It will enable transparency, accountability, and open participation for the Federal public services.

Moreover, he also underscored the importance of Open Government to build and maintain trust in democratic institutions.

At last, Canada is committed to working for democracy, human rights, and the rule of law. “We take actions at home and abroad, to advance and protect these Fundamental principles,” Trudeau added.

Sabah Khan Tareen
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