Do You Support Bill 62? Bulldog Poll

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Quebec’s Bill 62 requires that people who address provincial public employees must uncover their faces.

Many say that the bill is directed at a Muslim minority of women who cover their faces for religious and cultural reasons.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called for a “robust discussion” of the law. We have those on The Bulldog.

What do you think?

 

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7 thoughts on “Do You Support Bill 62? Bulldog Poll

  1. Interesting vote on The Bulldog but I am afraid of what the results are going to show.
    So far, too few politicians have come forward to call-out this Bill 62 for what it is.
    So far, too few of your readers have shown outrage.

    This thing goes to the deepest part of veiled hatred.

    And while we are at it, take that cross down too. If your province is religious neutral, then your National Assembly is religious neutral. What is that crucifix doing?

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    1. Anne Marie,
      I am not too sure that a discussion on Bill 62 falls under the category of a “Trolley Dilemma” question but if it is an ethical question then it does. If it is only a legal question then it does not.

      That is:
      Does the state have the authority to pass a law?
      Does the law benefit society?
      Is the law being passed as an ethical judgement against only certain members of the society?
      Will the law bring harmony or discord?
      etc.
      skoal,
      Chaz

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      1. A certain European government passed many laws back in the 1930’s and 40’s. These laws were used to allow the courts to accept certain actions as being perfectly legal according to the law but were they ethical?

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