May 25, 2022

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Deputy Louis-Charles Thouin leaves CAQ “by mutual agreement”

Deputy Louis-Charles Thouin leaves CAQ "by mutual agreement"

Louis-Charles Thouin has said he will withdraw from the coalition Avenir Quebec Caucasus “by mutual agreement” with the Prime Minister’s Office.

Also read: Coquist Louis-Charles Thoin withdraws from Caucasus, targeted by official UPAC investigation

“We spoke to Louis-Charles this morning. We agreed that he was about to leave the CAQ Caucasus. He had to do it in time to get the result of the investigation, ”Franకోois Legalt told a news conference.

Mr Legalt said he had brought new facts to his attention. He defended his teeth last week and nailed his deputy after revelations from the Bureau of Investigation about interesting conflicts when he was mayor. But Mr Legalt’s office explained that the UPAC investigation had changed the certification situation.

It is too late for the opposition parties though.

“Last week, the Prime Minister appealed to his MP not to do anything illegal. On his Facebook, the deputy [Thouin] Thanks to his boss for saving him. The Justice Commissioner is investigating allegations of undue interference and influence in many other irritating issues, “lamented Liberal Mary-Claude Nicholas.

What has changed?

“What has changed since last week?” There [avait] According to the Prime Minister there is no problem, for whom it is not tolerated in matters of conflict of interest. And, today, he is retiring because, apparently, there is a problem, ”said his colleague Gauten Barrett.

Piqu మార్ Martin Oylet also believes that Mr. Legalt’s version does not contain water.

“We already know about the allegations of bigotry for the benefit of the organization founded by the member himself. Nothing has changed,” he said. He is now asking the prime minister to disclose when he receives information that the UPAC is investigating his MP.

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Gabriel Nadeo-Dubois, the parliamentary leader of the Quebec Solidarity, attacks the “elastic ethics” of “members of the Legal government”.

“The CAQ has promised in the election campaign to eradicate the questionable moral practices of liberals,” he recalled.