CAQ report: what note to give to the Legault government? Our columnists speak out

After four years of Legault government and a few months before the elections, it's time to give a final note to the CAQ.

CAQ report: what note to give to the Legault government? Our columnists speak out

After four years of Legault government and a few months before the elections, it's time to give a final note to the CAQ. Our Parliamentary Office is today taking stock of the successes and failures of the CAQ troops with the help of experts.

Several of our columnists have played the game and also assign an alphabetical note to the CAQ, a bit like those observed at university. You will find their evaluation following their chronicles.

And you, what rating do you give to the Legault government?

A: Very satisfactory assessment

B: Rather satisfactory assessment

C: Mixed results

D: Rather disappointing results

E: Very disappointing results

"After a first term of a CAQ government, François Legault's greatest achievement was to create a strong connection with the citizens, and this is his main guarantee of longevity."

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“You know what image comes to mind when I think of the CAQ? The Pie IX bridge. A brand new bridge built on old foundations which will have to be replaced in a few years.”

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“A bit of a sentence is necessary when you want to take stock of the Legault government: “Despite the pandemic.””

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“What judgment to pass on the four years of the CAQ government? Let us remember the starting context.

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“The Caquiste government of François Legault boasts of having made the portfolio of Quebecers a priority for his government by returning nearly $3 billion a year to them.”

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“If the CAQ government was my student at the Institute of Environmental Sciences, he would fail the course in ecology 101.”

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