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Quebec adopts law to fine people who intimidate, harass politicians

  • Quebec's legislature has adopted a law imposing fines up to $1,500 for those intimidating or harassing politicians. Critics argue it could impede free speech.
  • The Coalition Avenir Québec government introduced the law to address increasing resignations of elected officials, especially at the local level. Opponents claim it endangers freedom of speech.
  • Following reports of high rates of harassment and intimidation towards elected officials, the government enacted the law. 741 out of 8,000 officials had resigned since the 2021 elections.
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