We propose to prohibit the wearing of overt and conspicuous religious symbols by state personnel in carrying out their duties. This restriction would reflect the state’s neutrality. The employees in question would be :
However, in the case of cégeps, universities, public health and social services institutions, and municipalities, the board of directors or municipal council could adopt a resolution allowing its personnel to wear such religious symbols. This authorization would be valid for a period up to five years and renewable. It would not apply to the obligation of having one’s face uncovered, which is set forth in Proposal 4.
Exemples de signes non ostentatoires qui seraient permis au personnel de l’État.
Exemples de signes ostentatoires qui ne seraient pas permis au personnel de l’État.