Saturday, October 19, 2013

QUEBEC SEPARATISTS BENT ON CREATING A GHETTO STATE - THEY TELL CANADA TO SHUT UP

 

Bloc Quebecois leader Daniel Paille says it should be solely up to the  Quebec nation  to decide whether it wants to leave or remain in Canada.
Mathieu Belanger for Postmedia News/FilesBloc Quebecois leader Daniel Paille says it should be solely up to the "Quebec nation" to decide whether it wants to leave or remain in Canada.
 

MONTREAL — Leaders of Quebec's sovereignty movement are gearing up for a fight with the federal government over its decision to intervene in a provincial court case challenging a law at the heart of their cause.

The head of the Bloc Québécois, Daniel Paillé, contends the federal justice department is infringing on Quebec's right to make its own decisions.

The province's Parti Québécois government, meanwhile, is planning a news conference for Sunday to lay out its own objections.

Alexandre Cloutier, the PQ's minister of intergovernmental affairs, said Saturday on Twitter that Ottawa's actions demanded an "exceptional response."

The federal government filed a legal intervention last Wednesday in a court challenge that argues a Quebec law outlining the grounds for secession is limited by the Canadian constitution.

http://news.nationalpost.com/2013/10/19/bloc-leader-says-federal-intervention-in-court-case-over-rules-of-quebec-separation-a-breach-of-democracy/?

1 comment:

Joan Alvarez said...

In my opinion all Canadians should be included in a vote where the succession of any province in Canada is in question. In a way, with all the nonsense we as Canadian's have had to put up with From Quebec, we should be saying "here's your hat, what's your hurry" as long as a good portion of the provence be kept in Canada (areas originally considered primarily English speaking) for all those not wishing to separate. Give them their just desserts.....give them complete separation. That is they should have everything separate including military, monetary system, etc. Enough is enough with their nonsense. It costs too much to keep them in Canada and for what exactly?