(Shawinigan and Trois-Rivières) Despite the withdrawal of another Liberal candidate, Dominique Anglade is not deterred: “Watch me go,” he said Sunday, the controversial “watch me” minister of former Canadian Prime Minister Pierre-Elliott Trudeau.
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The day got off to a bad start for Dominic Anglade when his political party confirmed itAnother candidate withdrew minus one at midnight. The Liberal Party of Quebec (PLQ) had to replace their already-announced candidate in the riding of Joliet, Malek Arabi, as the legal period for filing nominations closed on Saturday.
Earlier in the day, Dominic Anglade confirmed that his panel of candidates was not complete. Quebec’s Chief Electoral Officer (DGEQ) has rejected the candidacy of a candidate in Matane-Matapédia – a legal contest by the Liberal Party of Quebec (PLQ).
“I don’t get into politics because it’s easy to do, I do politics because I believe in it,” said chef Dominique Anglade during a stop in Shawinigan.
But later in the afternoon, Dominic Anglade went further when asked if he was still a formidable opponent in the election campaign. “Watch me go, watch me go through the countryside,” he said during a short press scrum at a shopping center in Trois-Rivières.
His team confirmed Pres This is an implied endorsement of Pierre-Elliot Trudeau’s statement in October 1970. Act of War Operations Triggered in the following days.
It was in this context that Dominic Anglette issued this statement Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois said Saturday evening that a two-sided battle is developing in the election campaign between Quebec Solidaire and coalition Avenir Quebec.. The Liberal leader promises the race is “more contrasting than ever”. ” [Il reste] We have a two-week campaign ahead of us,” he recalled on Sunday.
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