He was called on Sunday to explain his relationship with the parties he represents in the National Assembly.
“There are no hooks with Quebec Solidair and in a limited number of constituencies, it is easy to understand why Quebec Solidair is promoting it. New Democratic Party (NDP) ”, Mr. Blanchett alleged in a media scrutiny in Ruin-Noranda this afternoon.
Self-proclaimed as a consensus member of the National Assembly, Black often had complicated, sometimes tense relations with the parties in the Quebec political scene, even with the sovereign “Brother Party”. Quebec Party (Because).
At a press conference in Wall-d’Or this morning, the Black Leader said goodbye to the official opposition leader Dominic Angled. This may seem surprising, because Elector Quebec Liberal Party 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 Bloc leader Gilles Duseppe was adamant about the QS, accusing him of supporting the NDP, the Federalist Party, and feeling centralized.
Because of the proximity to the NDP, Ms Blanchett added, “It does not encourage me to make telephone calls to Quebec Solidarity every morning to find out how it works. I have no animosity, I like a variety of ideas.”
However, he could not understand why party members who claim independence like QS are supporting a federalist party like the NDP.
“The virtue of the party being the sister party of the Cubacois is that we are determined and independent in the way it is performed, and on Wednesday afternoon, when the wind comes from the northwest, the party is not half,” Mr Blanchett said.
QS does not take an official position in favor of one party or another in the federal election campaign.
Mr Blanchett said he had links to the party’s Cubacois “on separatist convicts and specific issues”. For his exchange with the Quakist Prime Minister Franకోois Legalt, They are 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.”
The Bloc leader assures us that his cabinet has “more ongoing relations” with his colleagues in the National Assembly.