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Alexe Frédéric Migneault puts an end to his hunger strike

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Alexe Frédéric Migneault began his efforts almost three years ago.

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After 12 days, Alexe Frédéric Migneault ends his hunger strike which aimed to obtain the X marker on their Régie de l’assurance santé du Québec (RAMQ) card.

Alexe Frédéric Migneault ends his hunger strike without having won his case to obtain the sex marker the promise that organizations will continue to intervene with the Legault government.

Alexe Frédéric Migneault is indignant that the work to obtain sex marker =”StyledBodyHtmlParagraph-sc-48221190-4 hnvfyV”>Hundreds of people suffer from this lack of recognition, which directly affects their dignity, including mine, we can read in a press release relayed Friday by the Alliance Rainbow of Quebec.

As long as their documents have not been corrected in accordance with the Civil Code, in the same way as the rest of the population, I do not rule out the possibility of continuing my steps or starting to do so. ;others.

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Alexe Frédéric Migneault does not consider that his efforts over the last few days will have been in vain, and rather claims to have received significant support which will be very useful to continue the representation of these demands.

Alexe Frédéric Migneault also indicated that organizations will continue to support him and will continue to work with the government to avoid the status quo and have an acceptable temporary and transitional compromise accepted, as they proposed, while awaiting the end of the work of the interministerial committee.

According to the most recent data from the Quebec government, the province was made up of 4,925 non-binary people aged 15 to 34, and 1,435 non-binary people aged 35 and over.

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