From a controversial visit to Barbados, Liberal MP Pierre Arcond apologized for his choice but did not intend to resign.
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“I made a mistake by going there, apparently, I’m sorry for this mistake,” he replied as he walked through customs at the Pierre-Airport on Friday evening to the CTV news channel. Elliott-Trudeau.
The former interim leader of the Quebec Liberal Party said he had spoken by phone with the current leader of the party, Dominique Angled. She was informed of her intention to reach the Barbadian skies on December 20 and tried to stop her.
“We were told that Pierre Arcond wanted to leave. We told Mr Arcand that we thought it was not a good idea. He made his decision knowingly,” Dominic Angled explained in an interview with TVA Novels on Wednesday, urging the Liberal leader to return to the country as soon as possible.
Pierre Arkand stressed his intention to honor the 14-day detention after his return.
He has already released a press release on Tuesday in which he said he regrets deciding to join the Caribbean on December 25th.
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Bernard Drainville, New Education commentator