Hundreds of people marched in the streets of Montreal Friday evening to mark the International day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination and denounce the Parti Québécois's proposed secular charter.

While the protest stopped outside PQ Premier Pauline Marois's offices downtown​, many were critical of Quebec's other political parties for not taking a stronger stand against the charter.

They say no government should decide what women get to wear.

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