(Quebec) Franకోois Legalt felt that the revelation that Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau wanted to punish the people for voting in favor of the party Quebecois (PQ) in 1976 was “very worrying”.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, the son of Pierre Trudeau, declined to comment on the disturbing facts alleged against his father.
American diplomatic documents suggest that Pierre Trudeau should raise unemployment in Quebec to 15% and 20%, respectively, to the detriment of the independence movement.
Washington recently revealed the accounts of the then US ambassador to Ottawa.
They suggest that Mr. Trudeau wants the Empire Power Corporation to divert its operations and investments outside of Quebec.
“We need to check, it’s very worrying,” Franకోois Legalt told a news conference Wednesday. If this is true it is very serious. ”
However, the Power Corporation denied the revelations and recalled that “not a single person was moved to Ontario to satisfy Mr. Trudeau’s wishes.”
In the House of Commons, Black Cubacos (BQ) wanted Justin Trudeau to respond. According to Black, there is a continuation of the “Trudeau method”: Damage to Quebec.
“For Canadian Prime Minister’s political interests, honest people are considering losing their jobs,” said Stefan Bergeron, a member of the Bloc. Does the Prime Minister believe that the behavior of his predecessor is up to his office? ”
“I’m going to start a historic discussion with a member of the Black Quebecois today,” Justin Trudeau was limited to answering, arguing that with the pandemic, there were other fish to fry.
The party Cubacois (PQ) has insisted on shedding light on these incidents and therefore calls on the federal government to disclose all necessary documents.
According to PQ leader Paul Saint-Pierre Plamondon, the federal government, which wants to humiliate Quebecs and Quebecs, has been consistent in its action.
“The Quebecs have accepted the federal government’s claim that they have no right to own a country like other countries,” he lamented in an interview with the Canadian Press on Wednesday.
“It is important that we realize that the federal government, from our taxes, has implemented plans to damage our well-being and our institutions or to make us believe that we are not good enough, that we can not do it. Have a normal democracy.”
The PQ leader raises some examples in the contemporary history of attempts by the federal government to harm Quebec, such as the imprisonment of innocent Cubans during the October crisis, the federal government’s illegal conspiracy to crack down on PQ, or the Cretan government to deal with “Plan B” separatists.