(Quebec) Former Liberal Minister Franన్ois Charbonno will not be in the starting line for the 2022 elections. Members of the Mille-Isles in Laval announced on Friday that they would not seek a new mandate in the coming elections in less than a year. .
The Liberal Party of Quebec (PLQ) confirmed its deputy intentions in a press release on Friday. MMe Charbonno will step down from regional politics in 2022 after more than a decade in the National Assembly. She was first elected in 2008.
MMe From 2014 to 2018, Charbone served as the minister responsible for the fight against seniors, families and intimidation in the Coulard government. She has been the official opposition critic of forests, wildlife and parks since June 2020.
“Representing the citizens of Mille-Ils is an honor that I experience as a gift every day. Working to improve people’s well-being has always motivated me and it continues to guide me every day. So I wholeheartedly respect the authority given to me by my fellow citizens by placing their trust in me, ”she said in a press release.
Liberal leader Dominic Angled, for his part, Mr.Me Charbonnie in improving the lives of Cubes.
“For over a decade, she has worked tirelessly and dedicatedly to the development of our company. An elected representative of the Francine Laval community, she is a tough model for all those who want to get into politics, ”she underlined.
Liberal MP Francine Charbone is the third person to announce he will not vote in 2022 after former ministers Gaton Barrett and Liz Theriolt. Other veterans are expected to announce their retirement from politics in the coming months. MEPs Pierre Arcand, Carlos Leitão, Kathleen Weil, Hélène David and Christine St-Pierre are still thinking about their future.