Fatima Houda-Pepin proposes middle ground on secular charter
Former Liberal MNA tables Bill 491, a softer approach to State secularism
Fatima Houda-Pepin is personally taking on the Parti Québécois and its proposed secular charter.
Today, the former Liberal and now independent MNA introduced her Bill 491 at Quebec's national assembly.
Houda-Pepin had a falling out with the Quebec Liberal Party over her position on the charter last month, leading to her resignation from the official opposition caucus.
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