12 September 2019

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Brian Prill, opposing both the SOP and the new motion, said the requirement was “a useless venture” and “virtue signaling.”

“My lived experience has been that you cannot force people to decide to do what is right,” or to enforce a “politically correct way of behaving.”

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Kapelos obviously had follow-up questions, including why Elizabeth May felt that she had to apologize for her religious faith.

May bizarrely answered that it was because the Green party was a tolerant and diverse place.