Vaccine activist Franకోois Amalega Bitondo can get at least a $ 1,000 ticket to go to Joseph-Franకోois-Peralt School in Quebec City on Friday to deliver documents to children.
The National Assembly on Thursday passed a bill banning anti-vaccine demonstrations within 50 meters of schools, daycare and hospitals.
Less than 24 hours later, the man, in his own words, attended before the school was established “within 50 meters”. At that time, school children are going to the weather show, which happens everywhere at once.
In the 25-minute video, he says he is ready to take the consequences. Teachers were asked to leave campus on several occasions. Police also intervened.
“We will try to meet with young people to explain to them what is actually going on.
Despite the refusal of the people there, Bitondo persevered as Franకోois Amalie.
“We want to educate children. We are less than 50 meters away. We do not respect the dictatorial and fictitious decree of the government that speaks nonsense.”
Quebec police say they have a problem with a man. A statement of guilt was not immediately released, but spokesman David Poitras said the file’s analysis could lead to a crime and a $ 1,000 statement.
The activist and other close associates recently attended the Robert-Gravel School in the Mile End Sector of the Plateau-Mont-Royal.
The police gave the ticket to Mr. Amalega Bitondo who collected them. He has amassed $ 35,500 in tickets since the outbreak began.