Former Canadian prime minister Brian Mulroney says the Quebec Parliament has introduced a “courageous and just” new law for rape victims.
“This legislation is good for Canada and good for all women. We should all hope that this law is enacted.” – former Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney. https://t.co/RtEy4vvoBK — HuffPost Politics (@HuffPostPol) June 28, 2018
The changes were proposed last week by the Parti Quebecois and there are strong expectations that the law will be passed.
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A law prohibiting non-consensual sexual touching would be under the Criminal Code of Canada and many of the changes have been in place for some time, but for some the timing is fortuitous, “The Daily Wire” reported.
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The new law also aims to combat the ubiquity of robocalls, so they won’t disrupt polling stations as they did in the 2015 election.
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