NDP candidate Jean-François Delisle wants to reopen Constitution to deal with Senate and niqab
Nominee for Quebec's Mégantic—L'Érable riding against wearing of niqab during citizenship oath
An NDP candidate in Quebec with a personal beef against the wearing of niqabs during citizenship ceremonies wants the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms amended.
Jean-François Delisle said if elected, his party will negotiate with the provinces to reopen the Constitution in order to abolish the Senate.
He suggests the party could kill two birds with one stone by using the opportunity to deal with the niqab issue.
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