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Centuries of Genocide

America and the Armenian Genocide of 1915
 

National Assembly of Quebec


April 20, 2004

"THAT, on the occasion of the 89th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, the National Assembly of Qu├ębec commemorate with respect the memory of the Armenian citizens who were lost in the events of 1915 and extend its deepest sympathy and compassion to our fellow countrymen of Armenian origin."


Mr. Bordeleau (Acadie) moved:

THAT, on the occasion of the 89th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, the National Assembly of Québec commemorate with respect the memory of the Armenian citizens who were lost in the events of 1915 and extend its deepest sympathy and compassion to our fellow countrymen of Armenian origin.

By leave of the Assembly under Standing Order 84, a debate arose thereon.

The debate being concluded, the motion was carried.

At the invitation of Mr. Sirros, First Vice-President, the Assembly then observed a minute of silence.

 


 
 
 
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