(Val-D’or) Black leader Yves-Franకోois Blanchett “really likes” Liberal leader Dominic Anglade, but has nothing to do with Quebec Solidarity (QS).
At a press conference Sunday morning in Wall-d’Or, he was summoned to explain his relationship with the parties represented in Salon Bleu.
Self-proclaimed as the consensus figure of the National Assembly, Black often had complicated, sometimes tense relations with the parties in the Quebec political scene, even with the sovereign sister party, the Party Quebecois (PQ).
The Black Leader said goodbye to Dominic Angled, the official leader. This may seem surprising, because the Liberal Party of Quebec’s voter is not traditionally targeted by the block.
“I like Dominic Anglade a very, very contextual woman,” he commented, though he had little to do with her.
On the other hand, he has nothing to do with an independent party, but more on the left: the Quebec Solidarity. Recall that former Black leader Gilles Duceppe was furious with the QS, accusing him of supporting the federal party, the New Democratic Party (NDP), and feeling centralized.
Mr Blanchett said he had links to the party’s Cubacois “on separatist convicts and specific issues”. For his exchange with the Coquist Prime Minister Franకోois Legalt, they are very rare.
“Although we have known each other for a long time, I have no direct relationship with Franకోois (Legalt), but he is busier than I am.”