May 28, 2022

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The CAQ hides its ministers during the epidemic, the opposition alleges

The CAQ hides its ministers during the epidemic, the opposition alleges

(Quebec) Franకోois Legalt’s Coalition Future Quebec (CAQ) represents the only political party and opposition that has banned its representatives from speaking to journalists in parliamentary corridors.

Caroline Plante
The Canadian Press

According to party leader Cubacois (PQ) leader Paul Saint-Pierre Plamondon, the CAQ could take advantage of the epidemic and hide its ministers in hot water.

PQ, Quebec Solidair (QS) and the Liberal Party of Quebec (PLQ) all resolved the issue after a columnist on Thursday. Quebec Journal Asked to “deconfine parliamentary journalism.”

Newspaper As per tradition, CAQ members were reported to have issued an order from the Prime Minister’s Office prohibiting them from participating in press scams.

When asked about the reasons behind this suggestion, the Prime Minister’s Press Attach, Ivan Savs, agreed that it was a question of “security and example”.

“Current references have been applied since the resumption of face-to-face parliamentary proceedings last spring,” Mr Sawes said in a message to The Canadian Press.

The CAQ government sees fit to send – or – to appoint places in the National Assembly, ministers to answer questions from journalists.

For example, the last press conference of Education Minister Jean-Franకోois Roberz in the National Assembly was on February 2.

St. Pierre Plamandon on Thursday accused the government of “taking advantage of the epidemic to be as transparent as possible.”

“Who benefits from controlling the message?” He asked. Let the journalists do their work! ”

Democracy must be “absolutely” deconfigured, PLQ chief Dominic Angled “and the people must answer the questions of journalists”.

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For his part, Manon Massey, the parliamentary head of the QS, indicated that the Prime Minister’s Office does not trust its ministers and aides.

“When you are a team, and you trust each other, you don’t have to control everything,” she says. What does it say about CAQ? Yes. ”