Sunday, July 16, in the small canadian town of St-Apollinaire, Quebec, a referendum was held on the opening of the city’s Muslim cemetery, reports the BBC.
Of 5 thousand residents in a referendum had the right to speak, only 49 people. The result is 19 people voted against the opening of the cemetery and only 16 in favour.
The initiative on the basis of the city’s Muslim cemetery belonged to the Islamic cultural centre of Quebec, on 19 January this year as a result of an armed attack killed six people.
Allegations of the crime charged 27-year-old Alexander Bissonnette, student at the University of Laval.