July 5, 2022

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Holiday parties for 20 people: “a political order”, said the PQ leader

Holiday parties for 20 people: "a political order", said the PQ leader

National Director of Public Health dR Horacio Arruda, responded by raising “political order.” Private meetings during the holidays are limited to 20 people, PQ leader Paul Saint-Pierre Plamondon believes.

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On Tuesday morning, before announcing Public Health’s recommendation, the health minister, in a meeting with health representatives from the three opposition parties, assured them that the decision regarding Christmas would be “delayed by several more days,” Mr Saint-Pierre Plamandon told a news conference.

A few hours later, the opposition parties Unanimously called for a public hearing On managing the COVID-19 crisis.

“And, twist, on the same day, the government announced that there were 20 people. So, it’s up to you to judge, I think we all know that this is a government that protects the pandemic for public health and political purposes, but here it’s ridiculous’. Leader of the party Quebecois.

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To the question of whether you have faith in the scientific basis of the decisions made by Public Health, Mr. St-Pierre Plamondon focused on the Prime Minister.

“I convinced myself, Franois Legalt. He convinced me that he was giving political directions last week by saying exactly how many people he wanted during Christmas, ”said the party’s Quebecois leader.

Regarding the “conspiracy”, the PM’s cabinet responded

Stung, Franంois Legalt’s entourage responded quickly on social networks. “Oh oh, Paul Saint-Pierre Plamandon was involved in a conspiracy this morning,” Prime Minister Manuel Dion, director of media relations, commented in a tweet.

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The liberal leader, Dominic Angled, is also believed to have led the opposition parties to unveil a joint front holiday plan.

“It’s a government that likes to have a diversion when there is a specific problem with what they are doing. We’ve seen this in a lot of cases, this diversion game there. So it’s not surprising to me,” he said.Me Angled answering questions from journalists.

MMe However, Anglaide assured that he was “comfortable” with the recommendation made by Public Health.

For her part, Manon Moss, co-spokeswoman for Quebec Solidarity, has limited himself to raising questions about the state of public health in relation to quick tests during Christmas, which is not enough.

When it comes to maximizing the number of guests during private meetings, “above all, I hope that in one or two weeks, there will be no change of course,” M said.Me Massey.