Canada's chief Dhimmi

The Conservative government is prepared to legislate, if need be, to require Muslim women wearing niqabs and burkhas to show their faces to vote, Democratic Reform Minister Peter Van Loan said Tuesday -- as the showdown between Parliament and Canada's chief electoral officer continued to unfold. However, Van Loan said the government still believes that it should be Chief Electoral Officer Marc Mayrand who should back down and change the guidelines he has adopted which provide for mechanisms that would allow a woman who refuses to remove her face-covering veil to still vote.

"At this stage our preference is for him to exercise the power that he has right now to interpret the law as was intended. Source. Canada's chief electoral officer threw up his hands Monday and said that allowing Muslim women to vote with their faces veiled was a result of a parliamentary oversight and has nothing to do with him. Source.

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