CAQ MP Marie-Louise Tardif was kicked out of her party’s caucus amid an investigation into alleged intimidation, effectively closing the door on Eric Duheim’s Conservative Party.
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“I have not made any decision about that. Me, I’m a cakewist. I am Mr. On Legault’s team, I am Mr. DVA said he would team up with Legault. He was hammered Friday in an interview with Nouvelles.
The sacking follows rumors of a raid, with the Conservative leader openly saying he may be tempted to hire Ms Turdip once she has cleared his reputation.
This approach will never work. “I have no temptation, not at all. I will not meet him either,” exclaimed the Member of Parliament for Laviolette –Saint-Maurice, speaking of Eric Duheim.
In the Conservative Party, this MP’s exit came as a surprise to us. Attempting anything was out of the question until the matter was over.
Marie-Louise Tardif has voluntarily recused herself from the CAQ caucus while police investigate allegations by the former Shawinigan District Office attaché. The member would have liked to speak to the investigators, but as a matter of practice, they would have made her understand that she did not have to ask at this stage.
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