For Franకోois Legalt, the Quebecans rejected the “seriousness” of electing quaquist candidate Shirley Dorismond to represent Mary-Victorine Riding.
Also read: CAQ success in Mary-Victorine
Mrs. Dorismond, former vice president of the Nurse and Federation Interprofessionalle de la Sante du Quebec, won Monday’s by-election over PQ candidate Pierre Nantel.
It must be said that the CAQ forces mobilized the big guns of the Legalt government throughout the campaign. On Monday evening, several ministers from other regions were on site to show their support for the candidate.
Jean-Talon of Quebec defeated the Liberals in their stronghold in CAQ 2019 and also won the previous only by-election since the beginning of its mandate.
“I’m going down in history”
“Tonight, after electing a PQ deputy for 40 years, Mary-Victorine voters decided to put it back and look to the future, to send the CAQ and Shirley to the National Assembly,” Prime Minister Franకోois Legalt declared against himself. Arriving with the candidate in the small pizzeria allotted for the occasion.
For Mr. Legalt, the result shows that the Quebeckers rejected the “severity”. “The Quebec people want change, but they want it to happen responsibly and in order with the CAQ,” he told his opponents.
On her behalf, the new MP assured that she would have her say in the party’s next commitments in the health sector. “Mr. Dubey, I’m coming,” she began to the health minister in the living room.
The 45-year-old also announced that she had taken a turn by winning in Mary-Victorine. “I will go down in history,” she said.
Rather than daylight, Chief Caquist tried to lower expectations in the wake of the impending outcome. “You never know, but it’s a PQ castle,” said Franకోois Legalt.
He also condemned the “smearing” campaign in recent weeks around CHSLD Heron. He was incensed that I was upset doing retail politics because there were by-elections.
Outside the Quakist rally on Monday evening, about thirty anti-sanitation protesters came to confront Prime Minister Franకోois Legalt. “We’re here to ask questions: Why did he kidnap us for two years?” Explained a performer named Moise.
Her daughter, Angelica, lamented that she had “lost two years” due to arrests and other sanctions.