TROIS-RIVIÈRES | After the previous day’s Regis Labyrinth, former Health Minister Caden Barrett had just closed the 10th anniversary celebrations.e Anniversary of the Covenant Avenir Quebec (CAQ) in Mauritius.
At the entrance to the CAQ General Assembly, which concluded yesterday in Trois-Rivières, ministers of the Legault government were invited to respond to his departure by the Liberal Gaétan Barrette (see other text on page 9). Can’t be a candidate in 2022.
When he was a CAQ star candidate in 2014, Mr. Franுவாois Bonardell, who met Barrett, described him as a “polar” character.
“I want to thank him […] For his political career, it was initially with the CAQ but later with the Liberal Party, ”commented Prime Minister Franசois LeCold.
Although the CAQ leader has recently advised the government, he has ruled out the possibility of bringing him back to his team. “He has great qualities, but hey, he’s not in our plans.” Legalt said.
4 more years
In his closing speech, Mr. Legalt explained to his activists Speed Quebec is currently benefiting from this, and he is asking the Quebecs to give him another mandate.
“It would be boring and it would seem to me to break that pace anyway,” he said. By my side, I am ready to go four more years. Do you want to board a ship? “
The Coquist leader took the opportunity to send an arrow to Quebec Solidarity activists, targeting supporters of the economic downturn, saying “no more trees should be cut down” in Quebec.
Laughter and applause followed the Prime Minister’s statement that “people think money grows on trees.”
Party of Regions
In view of the next election meeting, with a focus on “economic nationalism” and “green economy,” Mr. Legault likes.
The Prime Minister reiterated that by the end of the order, at least 2,000 of the 5,000 civil servant transfers promised to the regions would be completed. A detailed plan in this regard will be published soon.
After fulfilling his promise to put $ 2.3 billion back in taxpayers’ pockets, Mr. Legalt again promised to “put the money back in the pockets” of the Cubs.
“We know there is inflation right now, so we need to make sure people can buy groceries, buy housing and live well,” Chef Gaquist explained to reporters.
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