July 5, 2022

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Angled called for an urgent summons to the National Assembly to talk about the 5th Wave

Angled called for an urgent summons to the National Assembly to talk about the 5th Wave

In a letter to Radio-Canada, she said that “this debate should not wait until the beginning of the parliamentary term, which will take place on Tuesday, February 1st.”

After reviewing the challenges facing the government (hospital cascade, load shedding, lack of tests …), she believes “Quebec must quickly control the situation”.

From March 2020, we always encourage you to follow all the health measures suggested by you, Confirms Dominic Anglade in the letter. Unfortunately, over the past few weeks we have noticed a lot of confusion in government communication.

Since your government’s press briefings are not enough to reassure the population, we urge you to urgently convene the National Assembly for an extraordinary session from next week.

A quote from Dominic Anglade, in a letter to the Prime Minister

Opposition leaders cite the use of rapid testing in schools. Education Minister Jean-Franకోois Roberz announced at a press conference on Wednesday that they would distribute them to primary and secondary schools, but that information that only primary school students would receive it had to be subsequently corrected.

Press conferences were considered incomplete

In his letter, Dominic Anglade lamented that “important information was not disclosed during the press briefings.”

For example, on December 23, when the tightening of holiday meetings was announced, residents Residential and long-term care centerNot allowed to go out on Christmas day. The ministry issued a press release 10 minutes before the end of the press conference.

On December 30, there was no question at a press conference to announce the curfew New daycare rules It ignited Controversial And Public health should be withdrawn.

Questions arise about the scientific justification for certain actions. […] We fear that all unanswered questions will weaken adherence to health measures.

A quote from Dominic Anglade, leader of the Quebec Liberal Party

An all-party agreement is required

An agreement must be reached between the leaders of all political parties to change the parliamentary calendar.

Earlier today, we asked whether the Prime Minister’s Office was ready to resume parliamentary debate earlier than intended, for example, to discuss the rights of those who have been vaccinated and those who have not been vaccinated.

Currently, all our energies are deployed to fight this virus and E5E Very intense wave, Ivan Sawes, Francois Legalt Press for attachment.

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