April 21, 2024

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Elected Republican participates in the French language debate

Ottawa | According to a Wisconsin Republican representative, the clashes between phonographs and anglophones are to blame for Canada’s failure compared to the United States.

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“I never felt that Canada was as successful as the United States because, to a certain extent, their elections put the bronchons against the anglophones,” Glenn Krothman told the House of Representatives on Tuesday. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

He later referred to clashes between tribes in Africa and Sunnis and Shiites in the Middle East, calling them “rivalries between ethnic groups opposed to elections.”

According to Lt. Alain Race of the Conservative Party in Quebec, the opposite is true.

Restores image of Quebec

“Focusing on two official languages ​​is an invaluable strength for Canada. It makes us a unique nation in the world. The linguistic diversity of our country is a testament to our rich history. ”

Joanie Riopel, spokeswoman for Bloc Québécois, described Mr Grothman’s speech as “an excellent example of deep ignorance about Quebec abroad”.

“To restore the image of Quebec,” Bloc leader Yves-François Blanchet announced a diplomatic tour in September. New York Times And this Washington Post Critical essays on secularism and language in Quebec.

Recovery plan

Mr Krothman attacked Canada’s linguistic divisions in a speech opposing the post-epidemic stimulus package proposed by the Biden administration, which was due to be voted on in the House yesterday.

He thus explained his opposition to the elements of the program dedicated to minorities and first countries.

He strongly opposes the Democrats’ plan, believing it will increase the flow of immigrants, much to the annoyance of supporters of the wall-building on the Mexican border.

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The debate continued as Justin Trudeau sought to persuade US President Joe Biden to abandon many of the protectionist clauses in his stimulus package.