14 September 2010

Burka Ban Passes French Senate 246-1

France's Senate backs National Assembly and bans women from wearing the burka in public

By PETER ALLENLast updated at 8:24 PM on 14th September 2010
Wearing a burka in public is set to become illegal across France after senators passed a nationwide ban.
The country’s upper house voted by 246 votes to one in favour of the measure, although there were a number of abstentions.
This means that a measure banning full face Islamic veils, also including the niqab, taken by the National Assembly, the lower house, in July was ratified.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/worldnews/article-1312016/Frances-Senate-bans-women-wearing-burka-public.html#ixzz0zXEne5vO

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