The National Post explains:
When asked why voters would decide differently should the question of minarets come up again for referendum, Oscar Bergamin, an advisor to the group, answered:It would be nice to think so.
“People today are much better able to differentiate. They’re better informed and have time to become still better informed in coming years,” he said.
In the meantime, the Council has problems of its own:
In May the Federal Migration Bureau excluded it from an inter-cultural dialogue, saying it first needed to condemn the notion of stoning of women as a punishment.