Mr. Speaker, this morning, the Prime Minister said “no”. He closed the door.
Quebec's immigration bill was tabled only yesterday. It will be debated by the National Assembly and the public, which is only natural because that is how democracy works.
However, this morning, the government decided that it could not care less about that process and that, whatever happens, it will say “no”.
Does the government realize that, by so doing, it is attacking the sovereignty of the National Assembly and its capacity to pass effective legislation?