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"By virtue of the principle of equal rights and self-determination of peoples, all peoples always have the right, in full freedom, to determine when and as they wish, their internal and external political status, without external interference, and to pursue as they wish their political, economic, social and cultural development." - 1975 Helsinki Final Act, principle VIII

The Progress of Human Rights

Human rights include both individual rights AND collective rights!

Enlightened opinions on Québec's language policy

Québec's language policy is a progressive legal instrument protecting the linguistic rights of ALL Quebecers: Remember that the French-speaking majority of Quebec is a real linguistic minority inside Canada while the English-speaking "minority" of Quebec is the real linguistic and national majority inside Canada.

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