May 29, 2014

Quebec Rejects Secularism

Peter Berger, The American Interest

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Another defeat for Kemalism: French Canadians roundly rejected a draconian new law preventing all state employees from exhibiting “conspicuous religious symbols” at work.

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TAGGED: Quebec, Canada, Parti Quebecois

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