And, as the leader of the official opposition, when you face Prime Minister Franois Legalt every day in Parliament, conditions do not improve.
This feminist outburst, a true cry from the heart, came from the leader of the Liberal Party of Quebec (PLQ) Dominic Anglade, who was convinced that a woman was far from the setbacks her party faced in the fall of freedom. Elections, and the Prime Minister’s attitude towards him.
He’s a patriarchal guy, that’s for sure., She told Mr Legalt in a lengthy interview with the Canadian press at a Quebec cafe after a difficult week for her party. Thus, during Monday’s by-election in Mary-Victorine, the PLQ came in fifth and had to settle for a humiliating score of 7% in favor.
On the evening of his party’s victory in Mary-Victorine, Mr. Mrs. Angled did not appreciate Legalt’s remark.
Drain the mud In the file of CHSLD Heron, dozens of seniors died in horrific conditions during the first wave of the pandemic.
We reached the sewers! Then Mr. Legalt, the day after, was fed up with questions from the official opposition leader.
Ms Anglade said the prime minister had exceeded his target and that no one had given him one
Fair treatment of facts. So is it patriarchal, polite, even sexist?
How many opposition leaders have been looked down upon in the last 20 years?If she allowed herself to criticize the government
Loudly, [on dira] “She’s aggressive” or “She’s complaining”Instead of qualifying as firm or determined.
He was there, biasedThat is, a woman refuses to act as a victim, in a different, harsher, negative way when it comes to things.
This attitude bothers her a lot, especially since she believes that she can still control herself in the National Assembly, believing that she will not be forgiven for the small wrong, clumsy word, anger.
However, he is sometimes angry when he hears some of the Prime Minister’s thoughts, for example, in February, there was a caquiste when he told the House on a closed microphone in February that National Assembly President Franకోois Paradise had come from Quebec. That day, she cursed a few times but swallowed her anger. She decided
Let nothing show In front of the media, it is safe to say that if she had exposed the basics of her thinking, she would have gone into a frenzy. At the slightest eruption, she passes for an aggressive man, which hurts her.
She believes Mr. Legalt sees men and women around him differently.
He passes the towel more easily for men, Referring to the three women who have been packed into the Council of Ministers since the beginning of the CAQ Mandate, she has acted as a judge, namely Mary Chantal Chasse, Sylvie D’Amers and Mary-Eve Prouls. No male minister has taken the same course, some have struggled.
She cites the case of Pierre FitzGibbon, the incumbent finance minister who was repeatedly blamed by the Ethics Commissioner.
I, Pierre FitzGibbon I can never do that She continued and continued as a minister, this former Minister of Economy in the Coulard Cabinet, convinced that she was not
Did not go throughBecause we do not accept that a woman politician can find herself in troubled water.
I have very little room for error A politician who believes in a liberal leader is sure that women are no different from men
To reverse this trend, she argues, we should
All space Women’s political leadership and it’s snowballs into all walks of life.
The Perfect Woman Syndrome
The Liberal leader said that despite knowing that they have no place for maneuver, women politicians strive to be perfect.
She said she was influenced like many other women who tried to make their mark in politics
Syndrome of the person who does not want to make mistakes: that is, me.
Hence his caution in his interventions.
Except for this reflex,
It limits you in expressing yourself in everything you can be, in everything you can say.. In short, it is
Makes you not feel like you are naturally.
She also said she was observing
Duality between person [qu’elle est] And awareness People on his side. The gap between the public image and the real person.
However, every time I meet someone, it is not entirely normal for that person to comment, “I do not understand you that way.”
As the election deadline approaches, she, who has been leading her party for almost two years, wants to be more on the field to find people.
True Dominic Anglade to voters.
Regions are on a large scale away from PLQ in 2018. It relies specifically on the charter of its territories to win back the vote of the Francophones by appealing for increased decentralization of powers. The first announcement on the matter will be made on Thursday in Trois-Rivieres.
The Liberal leader said she wanted to return to the party’s core values, including economic development. Its vision is to comprehensively integrate the fight against economic development, wealth creation and climate change.
She is well aware that she has only a few months to recover.
The challenge is huge but excitingShe says.