March 25, 2023

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“Unite rather than divide”, Paul St.-Pierre Plamandon Greetings

"Unite rather than divide", Paul St.-Pierre Plamandon Greetings

Paul St-Pierre Plamondon wants to take advantage of the party’s Cubecois (PQ) Congress to be held in Trois-Rivieres this weekend to unveil a new image of the party and unite its activists.

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“I have never seen activists. This is the first time I have been in person with them. We have a lot to say to each other, a change in brand image, ”PSPP said in an interview with TVA Nouvelles.

In addition to the desire to unite terrorists, the PQ leader wants to attack Canadian multiculturalism.

“Mostly, identities depend on religions, our physical differences, our differences of opinion. Creates a divisive society. Canada is more united than divided and proud rather than accepting the contempt it has given us: I, this is my vision, ”he explained.

If he comes to power in the coming provincial elections, he will take steps to unite.

PSPP Quebec hopes to “gain its place in the world through sports”.

“On the 1st day, we are going to launch national teams from Quebec around the world. We provide financial assistance and make requests to all federations. Countries are accepted, ”he said.

The leader of the PQ also wants to organize welcome ceremonies for immigrants who choose to settle in Quebec and present the national anthem to the province.

According to the latest Leger poll, Paul Saint-Pierre Plamandon is confident he is far behind the CAQ in voting intentions, neck and neck in solidarity.

“We are second to Francophone and have a lot of space in front of us. You have to focus on bringing in quality candidates, reliable people,” he said.

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On Saturday, during the Party Quebecois Convention, activists will find a new logo, new slogan and ideas to bring back those who have left the ship.

When asked if they would identify themselves with the “old PQ 1976” party, the PSPP replied that it was ignoring it.

“I do not know! I did not ask the question,” he admitted.

“I think we are in a very important position, that is, Canada condemns us for cultural and linguistic decline and economic injustice.

According to information from Alain LaForest