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OTTAWA, March 23 (Xinhua) -- Legislators in the Canadian House of Commons passed a non-binding motion on Thursday that condemns Islamophobia and all forms of systemic racism and religious discrimination. Iqra Khalid, a Member of Parliament for the governing Liberal Party and a Muslim, tabled M-103, as the motion is known, in the House last December. It easily passed the Commons by a 201-91 vote, and based on its messaging should have received unanimous support from MPs as a petition did last year that called on the Commons to "condemn all forms of Islamophobia." M-103 does not create law or change an existing one, and it gathered special significance following an attack on a mosque in the French-speaking Canadian province of Quebec in late January that left six Muslim shot dead. But the opposition Conservatives, most of whom voted against the motion on Thursday, argued that it failed to define "Islamophobia" and could stifle free speech for anyone who criticized the more radical forms of Islam. So the Tories introduced a counter-motion. It removed the word "Islamophobia" and replaced it with a broader motion that called on MPs to "condemn all forms of systemic racism, religious intolerance and discrimination of Muslims, Jews, Christians, Sikhs, Hindus and other religious communities." The Liberals rejected the amended motion, and their leader, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, recently said that "we have to expose" those "who still have problems with the idea that we would condemn discrimination against Muslims" identified as Islamophobia. Anti-Muslim hatred in Canada is not uncommon, and particularly in Quebec. Police in the province's largest city of Montreal received 29 reports of hate incidents in the three days following the shooting at the mosque. But most Canadians don't seem to support M-103, with a recent public-opinion poll showing that 42 percent of Canadians would have voted against it, compared to 29 percent who would have voted for it and an equal percentage who were unsure. The Angus Reid survey also found that 31 percent of the 1,511 Canadian polled felt that it would either threaten freedom of speech or would not have "any real impact." The motion recommends that the Canadian government should "recognize the need to quell the increasing public climate of hate and fear," and asks the House Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage to develop a government-wide, community-centered approach to reduce, or ideally eliminate, systemic racism and religious discrimination, including Islamophobia in Canada. M-103 also requires that the committee collect data on hate-crime reports and conduct "needs assessments for impacted communities," and within eight months from now, present its findings and recommendations to the Commons. Trudeau was in Toronto and not in the House on Thursday to vote for the motion. Spectators cheer for gold medalist Laura Trott of Great Britain after she wins the Women's Scratch race final at the UCI 2016 Track Cycling World Championships in London Cheap Anton Stralman Jersey , Britain, on March 3 Vladislav Namestnikov Jersey , 2016. (XinhuaHan Yan) Gold medalist Kristina Vogel (R) of Germany celebrates after winning the Women's Keirin race final at the UCI 2016 Track Cycling World Championships in London, Britain Andrei Vasilevskiy Jersey , on March 3, 2016. (XinhuaHan Yan) The Chinese team cyclists compete during the Women's Team Pursuit Qualifying round at the UCI 2016 Track Cycling World Championships in London Victor Hedman Jersey , Britain, on March 3 Jake Dotchin Jersey , 2016. (XinhuaRichard Washbrooke) Guo Shuang (C) of China competes during the Women's Keirin race final at the UCI 2016 Track Cycling World Championships in London, Britain Braydon Coburn Jersey , on March 3, 2016. Guo took the 4th place. (XinhuaHan Yan) The Chinese team cyclists compete during the Women's Team Pursuit Qualifying round at the UCI 2016 Track Cycling World Championships in London Yanni Gourde Jersey , Britain, on March 3 Ryan Callahan Jersey , 2016. (XinhuaRichard Washbrooke) BRASILIA, Dec. 13 (Xinhua) -- Brazil's Senate on Tuesday passed a controversial constitutional amendment that limits government spending for the next 20 years. The bill submitted by President Michel Temer's government easily passed by a vote of 53 to 16, though several lawmakers allied with the conservative ruling party decided not to vote in favor due to public anger at the measure. Opponents of the Constitutional Amendment Bill, or PEC, fear it will hurt Brazil's poor the most by curbing government expenditure on anti-poverty campaigns, education and health, among other social welfare programs. Part of a government plan to rein in the public deficit, the PEC is to be enacted by Senate President Renan Calheiros on Thursday. Starting in 2017, the bill will limit spending "to the official inflation rate of the previous year," according to the Agencia Brasil news agency. Bowing to pressure, the government has said health and education will not be subject to the bill until 2018. Some 60 percent of Brazilians are opposed to the bill, a survey by polling firm Datafolha showed on Tuesday. Substantial public spending in the past two decades has helped lift millions out of poverty, but also led to a public deficit that amounts to 70 percent of the gross domestic product (GDP). The average rate for developing countries similar to Brazil is 45 percent. On Friday, the United Nations Special Rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights, Philip Alston warned that Brazil's proposed austerity measures "are entirely incompatible with the country's human rights obligations." The PEC, he said, "will hit the poorest and most vulnerable Brazilians the hardest, will increase inequality levels in an already very unequal society, and definitively signals that social rights are a very low priority for Brazil for the next 20 years." But backers of the bill celebrated. .
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