The motion, at the initiative of Françoise David of Québec Solidaire, was presented jointly with the Minister of Education of the Liberal Part of Québec and the other two political parties. It was adopted unanimously on Tuesday (September 27th, 2016), and can be translated as follows:

“That the National Assembly recognize that the immigration status of a child living in Quebec should not be a barrier to accessing free primary and secondary education, in the spirit of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, which the government of Quebec ratified on December 9th, 1991;

“That the National Assembly commit itself to adopting, as quickly as possible, the necessary changes to the Law on public education.”