(Quebec) The Legalt government aims to lift the health emergency by the end of August, with 75% of Quebecs receiving two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. Franకోois Legalt sees “more general” parliamentary revenue in the fall, but he hopes to discuss “other things” than the epidemic. And in opposition, the quackist chef promised “more gen”.
Coalition leader Avenir Quebec took stock for the parliamentary session that ends Friday. Months of work was strongly marked by a health crisis. “It simply came to our notice then [lors de] The next session, it’s not the only thing, ”the Prime Minister argued.
While he was dominating the election, Franయిois Legalt promised to “take nothing big” and hoped that in the coming general election, October 2022, “it will be tough”. Because returning to school also begins the year before the election. He said “low [se] Anger]”and“ Stay Zen ”.
“Opposition groups called for a boycott of the by-elections[ve], So be… gen, ”he said.
The past few weeks have led to more intense discussions at Salon Blue and from the opposition surrounding the Quebec-Lewis Tunnel project and the departure of Finance Minister Pierre FitzGibbon. Opposition parties have stated they will not run for office until the new parliament convenes.
“I don’t think it’s arrogance. I still think he’s a humble person, but I’m still a little bloody, sometimes, a lot more character, ”he defended himself.
At the beginning of his majority command in 2018, Franకోois Legalt called on his troops to be humble. He said he would keep the same speech today.
“This is the message I give myself: Be humble. It never won the confidence of the Quebeckers. So don’t be arrogant, listen to the Quebeckers and adjust when needed, ”he said on Friday.
With 125 aides from the National Assembly, the 2021 parliamentary re-entry is set to take place, said Franకోois Legalt. “First, we need to listen to public health,” he qualified. “With the vaccine, we believe it’s very common when the school year begins,” Mr Legalt said.
The health emergency could also be lifted as he has been informed since the end of August. But, as soon as 75% of the population (every age group) received the two-dose vaccine, the Prime Minister came forward a little on Friday that the state of emergency could be lifted.
Thanks to the vaccine this fall he is not afraid of a fourth wave of the pandemic. “It has nothing to do with what we experienced in the first waves, but there may be a jump,” he said.
He encourages Quebeckers to recharge their batteries during the summer, after 15 difficult months, which he calls the “Reconciliation Summer”.
A positive outcome despite the crisis
Despite the recent resignation of Pierre FitzGibbon by a report by the Ethics Commissioner and the reduction of Mary-Eve Proulx to allegations of psychological harassment, Franకోois Legalt takes a positive view in recent months. He particularly emphasized the “success” of the vaccine campaign.
He lauded the performance of Bill 96, “the most important signal from Bill 101”, the contract with Inno that was finalized for the realization of the Apocalypse project, its labor force request program for post-pandemic, and the agreement between the telecommunications giants to connect all Quebec homes to high-speed Internet.
He highlighted that Quebec was “one of the places in the world” to keep its schools open “for more days” during a health crisis. Management of Education Minister Jean-Franకోois Roberz despite the epidemic being controversial for a period of 15 months. Opposition groups called for his resignation.
“There has been no change in our government. I am very satisfied with our team right now,” he said.
In his scenes for next fall, Franయిois Legalt is already launching a warning to family doctors: “Prepare yourself,” he said. “We work very hard to change things.” He later said, “Among other things, negotiating is not easy [Fédération des médecins omnipraticiens du Québec] .
He explained that appealing to former Minister Gauten Barrett’s Act 20 was “not excluded”. The law allows the government to impose fines on family physicians who fail to meet targets with the goal of increasing access to their services. “It’s not acceptable that there are so many Quebeckers who don’t have family doctors,” Mr Legalt said.