Mr. Speaker, the Conservative leader said the following, in English naturally, on January 29, 1996, and I quote:
“If separatists have the right to dissent, they cannot deny the right of dissent to others. It is far from being clear that Quebec is not divisible. I think the Crees and Inuit would have a very good case”.
My question to him is, is he speaking about the legal case, or is it only the political case of anarchy? We need to know.