February 25, 2024

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Duheim joins an anti-tramway group… without his permission

Duheim joins an anti-tramway group… without his permission

Chairman of Conservative Party of Quebec (PCQ), Eric Duheim, wanted to publicly join the Quebec anti-tramway group on Wednesday. Before the organization refused to side with him.

On Wednesday morning, the Conservative group invited the media to a press conference on Quebec City’s infrastructure network. Its president said “Quebec’s delegation should accompany the event.”

It is made up of residents of the capital Anti-Tram Group In particular, it went to court earlier this month to seek an injunction to halt preparatory work. The PCQ’s position is clear: the right-wing political establishment will end the project if it is brought to power.

Except that Wednesday, Mr. Quebec’s absence from Duhaime’s press conference deserves to shine brightly. “I, I’m not a spokesman for the Conservative Party, the group’s spokesman, Donald Charrett, began in an interview. Duty. We were not notified of this summons until this morning. An apolitical citizen’s movement unaffiliated with any political party, Quebec excels. »

“I am not responsible for his summons. The rest of us are open to all political parties. We have no loyalty,” he added.

“General View”

Faced with this contradiction, Eric Duhaime justified himself on Wednesday, having met Guy Bertrand, Quebec’s lawyer, earlier in the day. “They are [les membres du groupe] They don’t want to react because they want to wait to see the court’s verdict before this,” he assured.

“We share a common vision. They have a Work have to do [sur le plan juridique]. We have one Work have to do [sur le plan] Politically, he is chained and living out of a pub in upper Quebec City. Today, we want to join those who have chosen the path [de la justice]. »

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Mr. Duhaime confirms that his party did not contribute financially to Quebec’s legal campaign. He will make a $100 donation in his own name, and invites all who oppose the plan to do so. He points out that “the only party opposed to the tramway project is the Conservative Party”.

Eligible for Quebec does not invite residents of Quebec to vote for one party or another in the next election because of their position in the structural network. “We’re not there,” Donald Charrett said on the other end of the line.

Eric Duheim says his party “Political last resort” by opponents of tramway project. He is urging Quebec voters to turn to him to block the plan. “To all the people of the greater Quebec region, you can help in two ways. First by supporting the Conservative Party. Then, Quebec can make a better contribution,” he said.

Justice Clement Samson of Quebec’s Superior Court is expected to issue his decision Thursday morning on the injunction requested by Quebec.

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