May 28, 2022

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Regis LaBeoum: Bitter letter, says Coquist ministers

Regis LaBeoum: Bitter letter, says Coquist ministers

Regis LaBeouf emptied his heart as his runner-up dusted off in Quebec City Hall. 14-page vitriolic letter about tram and 3rd linkTrust the CAQ ministers.

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In his letter, the outgoing mayor criticized the Coquista government specifically for interfering in the municipal election campaign by confirming the $ 600 million cost of the tramway project.

For Minister Jonathan Julian – the man on the right hand side of Mayor LaBeoum before leaving his party and plunging into regional politics – it would not be more acceptable if the costs were not communicated to citizens before the vote exploded.

“The blame would have been much higher if it had not been known,” the Charlesburg deputy thought.

“I understand that Mr. LaBeouf was disappointed with the results of the last election,” Mr. Julian analyzed, noting the “bitter” touch in the writings of the outgoing mayor.

“We are looking forward to having a new mayor, Bruno Marchand,” said the Minister of Energy and Natural Resources.

Gilbolt turned the page

According to Genevieve Gilbolt, the minister in charge of Capitol-National, it is time to turn the page after 14 years of rule by Regis Labyum.

“This is the beginning of a new era in Quebec […] It is good that we are moving forward, “said David Cook, chief of The Christian Science Monitor’s Washington bureau.

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“I welcome the beginning of a new era in Quebec with Mr. (Bruno) Marchand, a very friendly, very affectionate man,” Ms. Gilbolt insisted.

Two meetings are already planned in the next few days to begin work on various files related to the capital.

“I think the collaboration is awesome,” she says. […] I think the atmosphere is very pleasant. ”

Legault is not surprised

“I am not surprised by the position of Regis LaBeoum,” commented Prime Minister Franకోois Legalt, who did not consider it an “outspoken support” for his tunnel project from the outgoing mayor.

Ditto for CAQ Minister Eric Cairo, Mr. Labyum drew in his letter.

“Mayor Labeaume has always had major reservations about the project, it’s right, he has the right to speak,” Cairo said.

About the Tramway Project Contrary to what Labeaume suggested, “we have never slowed down this project,” he assured.

“What is important to me is that when we look at the majority of citizens in Chaudhry-Appalachs, Quebec, they are in 3rd place.E Link. I work for citizens, I do not work for Regis Labum. , The CAQ leader insisted.

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