Pro-Palestinian camp at McGill: François Legault persists and signs

Pro-Palestinian camp at McGill: François Legault persists and signs
Pro-Palestinian camp at McGill: François Legault persists and signs

The Prime Minister of Quebec, François Legault, still believes that the pro-Palestinian encampment in front of McGill University must be dismantled even if the federal Minister of Justice, Arif Virani, mentioned Thursday evening that it is not the policy of interfere with justice.

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“Making a camp on land belonging to a university that does not want this camp is illegal,” he mentioned Friday morning during a press briefing on tourism in his constituency, in L’Assomption. .

“There are other ways to show your opinion,” he added.

Protesters have been occupying the university grounds for almost a week now.

Legault explains about public transport

Last week, François Legault also made comments which provoked a lot of reactions by calling mayors “beggars”.

This statement came following a request from cities to obtain funding for public transportation.

“I understand that the municipalities would like us to do more, but everyone has to make an effort,” he explained.

Mr. Legault recalls that “large cities pay their employees 30% more” than those of the government.

Next Monday, the Minister of Transport, Geneviève Guilbault, will meet with mayors to discuss financing public transportation.

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