en apparence, pour déclencher les passions

lilcondor3

Senior Member
Canada English
I'm reading an article on la loi C-10 and I am quite confused by the part in bold. What does it mean?

"Actuellement devant le Sénat, ce projet de loi modifiant la Loi de l'impôt sur le revenue n'avait pourtant rien, en apparence, pour déclencher les passions"

my horrible attempt: has nothing, in appearance, to start the passion :confused:
help!
 
  • xymox

    Senior Member
    English, French - Canada
    Hi,

    This is a very unofficial way of saying the same sentence. At least this might give you the sense of what is being said.
    "Doesn't seem to have anything to get excited about"
     

    lilcondor3

    Senior Member
    Canada English
    Hi,

    This is a very unofficial way of saying the same sentence. At least this might give you the sense of what is being said.
    "Doesn't seem to have anything to get excited about"
    thankyou so much, that helps my understanding!! :)
     
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