‘The protests, which began four months ago, are now posing serious challenges to Quebec’s civil society, the state-funded BBC Persian reports.
The students never accepted the government’s justification of its plans to increase tuition fees by 82 percent over seven years. They believe that higher tuition fees would impose further debts on them.
In recent years, the government has been accused of financial corruption and misusing public funds. Therefore, a widening gap has emerged between the government and the students, who are increasingly distrustful of the power structure in the country.’