October 25, 2021

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Family Bubble: CAQ alleges that Francois Legalt’s sons are investigating PQ illegally

Family Bubble: CAQ alleges that Francois Legalt's sons are investigating PQ illegally

The government has accused the Cubacois party of searching the electoral roll illegally to find the addresses of children and trying to prove that they violated health rules.

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Transport Minister Franకోois Bonnardell, who was questioned at Salon Blue over the morale of its officers, jumped from donkey to rooster to blame Pique for illegally investigating the sons of Franకోois Legalt.

“I’m talking about interference once again, and the party’s Cubacois has authorized some of his employees to use the electoral roll.

The minister made the remarks following a picnic by party Cubacois leader Paul Saint-Pierre-Plamondon last week, accusing the prime minister of violating health rules by inviting his sons to his home.

“They do not live in the same house,” he insisted at a press conference in the National Assembly. He recently unveiled a photograph published on social networks where we can see Franois Legalt coming up on a snowboard on a hill built by his sons in the backyard of the family home.

Coalition leader Avenir Quebec replied that his sons were spending full time with him. The PSPP later withdrew its comments, and the two men described themselves verbally over the phone.

However, the case took a new turn on Tuesday when Franకోois Legalt had to defend himself from accessing the PSPP election list to find out the address of his sons.

“I did not confirm before making this statement,” he insisted. […] I got my mistake back and apologized to the Prime Minister. And I have nothing to add on this subject. “

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Political parties have access to information on potential voters in the province, including their addresses.

But the law provides that they can only be contacted “for electoral purposes”, said Julie Saint-Arnaud Drolet, spokeswoman for Quebec’s Chief Electoral Officer (DGEQ).

As always, the DGEQ declined to confirm or deny that the case raised by Minister Franకోois Bonnardell at the Blue Saloon was relevant to the investigation.