The Canadian Press

1998-08-21 | SCOC-Bouchard

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In a unanimous decision on Aug. 20, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that Quebec cannot unilaterally secede. But it also said if a majority of Quebecers vote yes in a clearly worded referendum on separatism, the federal government and the other provinces would be obligated to negotiate with Quebec. Quebec Premier Lucien Bouchard said the decision would help the Parti Quebecois win the next election because it legitimized a number of issues.

Date: 1998-08-21
Placeline: Quebec City, QC, Canada
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 23 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << I don't think of nice the legal validity of the judgment we don't but politically everyone must accept the fact that it will have a tremendous impact on the evolution of change namely on the comp for top of of the legitimacy of the shopping is gross the obligation to the country for the litigation made to the federal government to negotiate >>

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