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So I waited a while before posting this as I was hoping there would have been a court challenge by now. Are we as a nation really allowing provinces to unilaterally amend the Constitution and not hold them accountable? In this case we aren't even requiring elected officials to swear the oath to the King, which every one who joins Canada has to swear, on top of all those who wish to serve. The concerning part is that no one seems to be willing to hold them accountable to our own laws. Why isn't there a challenge to it, even simply on the grounds that no one can act above the law?
Canada: Quebec makes oath to King optional for politicians
The bill tries to amend the constitution, which means it could be challenged in court.