On Twitter, Kenney defends his 'no veils' policy at citizenship ceremonies
Jason Kenney is publicly defending his directives while immigration minister to forbid women from wearing niqabs while taking the oath of citizenship.
Jason Kenney took to Twitter on Friday to publicly promote his directives while immigration minister to forbid Muslim women from wearing niqabs while taking the oath of citizenship.
"I believe people taking the public oath of citizenship should do so publicly, w/ their faces uncovered," Kenney, who's now employment and social development minister, tweeted amid an ongoing lawsuit over the ban against the federal government.
He asked his 35,700 Twitter followers if they agreed with his stance.
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