December 9, 2023

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The elected Republican participates in the debate on the French

The elected Republican participates in the debate on the French

According to a Republican spokeswoman from Wisconsin, differences between Francophones and Anglophones are the main reason why Canada is less successful than the United States.

“I never thought Canada would be as successful as the United States, because their election will face some degree of francophones against anglophones,” Glenn Grothman told the House of Representatives on Tuesday. , Shortly before the Canadian visit to Washington. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

He then referred to the differences between the tribes in Africa and the Sunnis and Shiites in the Middle East, saying that “the failed elections in these countries are a competition between races.”

A Conservative party lieutenant in Quebec, according to Alain Race, is quite the opposite.

“Focusing on two official languages ​​is an invaluable strength to Canada. It has made us a unique country in the world. The linguistic diversity of our country is a testament to our rich history,” he said.

For Black Quebecois spokesman Joni Rioppel, Mr Grothman’s speech was “a good example of the deep ignorance about Quebec abroad”.

“To restore Quebec’s image,” Black Leader Yves-Franకోois Blanchett announced a diplomatic visit in September. New York Times Yet Washington Post Critical essays on secularism and language in Quebec.

Mr Grothman attacked Canada’s language divisions in a speech yesterday against the post – pandemic stimulus package proposed by the Biden administration to vote in the House.

He explained his opposition to the elements of the plan, which was dedicated to minorities and First Nations.

Strongly opposed to the Democratic project, he believed the plan would increase the influx of immigrants, a major annoyance to this supporter of the wall construction on the Mexican border.

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The debate also erupted when Justin Trudeau tried to persuade United States President Joe Biden to abandon many of the defensive provisions in his stimulus package.

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