Legault already excludes a conclusion from the report expected this fall

Legault already excludes a conclusion from the report expected this fall
Legault already excludes a conclusion from the report expected this fall

The Action Group against Racism led by Ministers Nadine Girault and Lionel Carmant has not yet submitted its report that the possibility of recognizing a form of systemic racism in Quebec is already ruled out by François Legault.

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This was clearly stated by the Prime Minister when asked about it on Tuesday.

“I do not expect the Group to [d’action contre le racisme], for having discussed with them others, arrives at this conclusion there, warned Mr. Legault.

When the committee was announced last June, the Prime Minister gave three months to the seven elected CAQ members who are part of it to suggest actions to fight racism.

François Legault, who had therefore sought to avoid talking about systemic racism, was particularly interested in tackling the excessive unemployment rate among visible minorities.

Verification made with the office of the Minister for Health and Social Services, Lionel Carmant, it is still expected that the group of seven will submit its report this fall.

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“The best approach”

Despite what Prime Minister Justin Trudeau thinks, François Legault persists in believing that “it would be a mistake” to recognize systemic racism.

“My role as Premier of Quebec is to bring Quebeckers together, to finally act,” he explained.

“For me, that’s the best approach,” he argued, recalling that opinions are divided on this issue among the population.

During Question Period in the House of Commons last week, Justin Trudeau said the tragic death of Joyce Echaquan in a Lanaudière hospital is “another example of systemic racism that is simply unacceptable in Canada.”

The group members action against racism

  • Lionel Carmant, Minister for Health and Social Services
  • Nadine Girault, Minister of International Relations and La Francophonie
  • Ian Lafrenière, former police officer and Minister responsible for Native Affairs
  • Sylvie D’Amours, former Minister responsible for Native Affairs
  • Denis lamothe, former police officer and parliamentary assistant to the Minister responsible for Native Affairs
  • Christopher Skeete, Parliamentary Assistant to the Prime Minister for relations with English-speaking Quebecers
  • Isabelle Lecours, Member of Parliament for Lotbinière-Frontenac

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