- Enshrine the questions of religious accommodation in the Quebec Charter of Rights and Freedoms by outlining the separation of religion and state, the religious neutrality of the state and the secular nature of its institutions, taking into account our common historical heritage;
- Ensure that religious neutrality for government employees in the performance of their duties is established in law;
- Outline what is considered conspicuous religious symbols for government employees during working hours (the proposal is subject to a right of withdrawal for a period of up to five years, renewable for certain sectors);
- Ensure that the face is visible when giving or receiving government services;
- Establish a policy to implement the religious neutrality of the state and the management of religious accommodation for government agencies.
- But when you look at what they are really talking about it becomes yet another attack in Muslim women who wear clothes associated with Islam.
But when you see what they are really referring to it looks like more on Muslim Women wearing clothing associated with that religion
Take a look at a poster produced by the Parti Quebecois to illustrate what would be considered conspicuous religious symbols.