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Legault states that he opposes multiculturalism because not all cultures are equal.

"We have one culture, the Quebec culture, and we prefer to focus on so-called interculturalism, which seeks to integrate newcomers." Premier says.

Premier François Legault in Montreal on Thursday, June 23, 2022.
Francois was held in Montreal on Thursday, June 23, 2022. Prime Minister Lugo. Photo: Ryan Remiorz/Canadian Press

Prime Minister Francois Lugo congratulates Fete National Prior to the meeting, he said he was against it. The idea of ​​multiculturalism says it is a threat to the French language and Quebec culture.

"It's important not to put all cultures on the same level, which is why we oppose multiculturalism," Lego told reporters Thursday. rice field. "We like to focus on what we call interculturalism. There is one culture, Quebec culture, trying to integrate newcomers. New people coming to Quebec are me I think it will join our culture, but it is important to have a culture in which we integrate, especially our language. "

New authority over the choice of a particular immigrant to Ottawa Lego asked for, stating that the vision of integration is different from that of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. In his vision, Quebec's culture is higher than that of immigrants and other minorities.

"Mr. Trudeau promotes multiculturalism, so he doesn't want us to have a culture and language that integrates newcomers," Lego said. .. "It is important that our country and culture are respected and that we try to integrate new immigrants into that culture."

Legault commented that the project of national building and French protection is multicultural. It took place shortly after a speech in France by Simon Jolin-Barrette, French Minister of the State of Quebec, who said he was under threat.

Legault was in Montreal to announce the conversion of the historic Bibliothèque St-Sulpice.

  1. Premier François Legault delivers closing speech at the CAQ national convention in Drummondville, on May 29, 2022.

    Legault wants a "strong mission" in the elections to put pressure on Ottawa for immigrants