The refusal of the Parti Québécois (PQ) to take the oath to King Charles III, thus preventing the three deputies of the formation from sitting in the Blue Room, went around the world on Thursday.
From the United Kingdom to Australia, via Brazil, Spain and Switzerland, the media from all over the world have reported on the situation, to say the least, which forced the trio of elected PQ members to turn back The national assembly.
The countryin Spain, underlines in particular the remarks mentioned by the leader of the PQ who described as “unacceptable humiliation” the oath to the king which must be said at the beginning of each new legislature.
In the Guardianin the United Kingdom, we are talking about the bill that the Prime Minister, François Legault, intends to table next week to put an end to this law described as a “relic of the past”, by Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois.
On the side of Pernambuco Leafin Brazil, the importance of this obligation during swearing-in, since it is enshrined in the Canadian Constitution, was recalled.