Thursday, November 23, 2006


Now that's just sad.
Bloc Quebecois Leader Gille Duceppe urged parliamentarians to reject the prime minister's "partisan" tactics as they consider his amended motion declaring that Quebecers form a nation "that is currently within Canada."

"We're tabling a motion that respects all sides without subjecting the recognition of a Quebec nation to partisan conditions. Yesterday the prime minister did exactly the opposite. He tabled a motion that recognizes a Quebec nation with a condition attached -- a partisan string attached," Bloc leader Gilles Duceppe said in the House of Commons.
Because apparently believing that Quebec is part of a united Canada is a "partisan condition."

For a minority government, this is going to be a pretty lopsided vote.

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