MPs in the Netherlands back bill by 44 to 31 votes in final hurdle before it becomes law

Dutch senators have overwhelmingly approved a bill to ban the burqa from some public places including schools and hospitals.

“The Senate has agreed with the bill,” the upper house of parliament said. “The bill proposes a legal ban on wearing clothing that completely covers the face, or only shows the eyes, in educational institutions, on public transport, in government institutions and hospitals.”

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