Atelier discussion en anglais n°3: Quebec tuition fee protests.

Sujet dans 'Culture Générale' lancé par Waukesha., le 21 mai 2012.

  1. Waukesha.

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    Bonjour à toutes! :)

    On change de thème aujourd'hui; vous avez donc exactement une semaine pour le commenter suite à quoi celui-ci sera changé.

    Le thème de cette semaine concerne les mouvements de protestation étudiante contre l'augmentation des frais de scolarité universitaires au Quebec:



    Venez partager vos avis et bonne lecture à toutes :fleur:

    PS: si vous avez des propositions de thèmes, des envies particulières, des sujets qui vous tiennent à coeur et dont vous souhaitez qu'on parle, n'hésitez pas à les partager ici pour qu'on en tienne compte pour les prochaines semaines [​IMG]
     
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    Bathilda Fritton: I'm glad you like the subject :) I was actually looking foward to your answer (is this correct?), knowing the fact that you study there.

    I think French medias didn't talk that much about these demonstrations, idk why. I don't really know what to think about because I don't know the situation as you do. Anyway your participation is really interesting :)

    Do you really think that the situation could evolve into a civil war? How much weight have the trade and student union in QC?

    Regarding the special bill 78, I believe that I'm also against demonstrators who wear masks during demonstrations :shifty: I mean, demonstrating is right, so why do you need to wear a mask? It scares me actually. But as for infringement of freedom of expression, I totally agree.
     
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    Bathilda Fritton: Yes, I think I may underestimate the extent of the demonstrations because of the lack of information we have in France. As I see, the movement is gaining weight and demonstrators got support from more and more parts of the population (as you wrote), so I don't understand why the government is still not facing facts. But I guess that's what everyone is asking.
    Could you give us some feedback from the demonstrations of tomorrow? :)
     
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    I've just read this article: France 24 | Manifestation monstre à Montréal, aux 100 jours du "printemps érable". Some points drew my attention:

    Apparently the majority of the population disapprove this law. But what took me aback is the huge percentage of the population, which doesn't want to contribute to the restoration of social peace. I guess people are really upset at this point.

    The article was the occasion to discover this website: Arrêtez-moi quelqu'un.
     
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    It's in the quote: 73% qu'elle ne contribuera pas au rétablissement de la paix sociale. :)
     
  6. Waukesha.

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    Oh yes, you must be right, I read too fast :)
     
  7. Waukesha.

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    I've just read an article of 20 Minutes: Les négociations entre étudiants et gouvernement dans l'impasse.

    Bathilda Fritton: Do you know what these advance elections means?

    Btw, aside students' union, do you know who, as personnalities or politicians support the movement? (This question is not ironic at all, that's a real question actually:) )
     
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