Tempers flare 48 hours from the end of the legislature

The opposition parties launched a salvo of criticism at the work of the CAQ, shortly before the end of the 42nd legislature.

Tempers flare 48 hours from the end of the legislature

The opposition parties launched a salvo of criticism at the work of the CAQ, shortly before the end of the 42nd legislature.

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“I would like François Legault to confirm to us that he will do nothing more to help Quebec families before the next election,” reproached Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois, pointing to the prime minister in the blue living room.

The principal concerned recalled the tax credit of $500 that he had granted to all residents of Quebec over the age of 18 and who had received an income of less than $100,000 in 2021.

The recruitment of Bernard Drainville was also at the heart of the debates, the opposition blaming a political maneuver rather than a real political commitment.

“They are waving sovereignty, the referendum. Listen, it's their business, and for forty years they did that, "defended the Minister of Justice Simon Jolin-Barrette.

There are two days left before the end of the parliamentary session, before the parties prepare for the next campaign, which should officially start at the end of August.

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