Saying it goes too far, a group of sovereignists who support inclusive secularism spoke out Sunday against the proposed Charter of Quebec Values.

Calling itself Sovereignists for Inclusive Secularism, the group said the proposed Charter takes banning wearing "conspicuous" religious wear to an extreme, adding Bill 60 would create a climate of intolerance in the province.

The groups said rather than promoting equality between the sexes, the bill would penalize Muslim women especially.

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