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June 19, 2012
The special session of the City Council on the question of adopting stricter rules for controlling demonstrations ended in a scuffle and an arrest at Québec City Hall on Tuesday afternoon.
Around forty protesters, including students wearing the red square and representatives of social groups, entered the council chamber to try and disrupt the vote of council members.
Mayor Régis Labeaume later found himself caught up in a minor fracas. As he was leaving the chamber, the Mayor, who was accompanied by his Chief of Staff Louis Côté, had a brief exchange with one of the protesters.
The protester was shoved backwards by Mr. Côté. He then followed after the Mayor, Mr. Côté as well as Councilor Steeve Verret. Verret was nudged forward by the protester before stumbling to the floor.