July 3, 2022

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Granby | Fifteen people have been arrested for breaking into the office of Franకోois Bonnardell

Granby |  Fifteen people have been arrested for breaking into the office of Franకోois Bonnardell

(GRANBY) A group of 15 people broke into the office premises of CAQ MP Franకోois Bonnardell in Granby, in the eastern townships. The men were arrested by police.

Updated yesterday to 7:00 pm.

At 11:15 a.m. Tuesday, Granby police arrested 15 people in connection with a break and entry at Mr. Bonardell’s constituency office on Principal Street.

According to Mr Bonardell, members of the Union of Public and Public Services of Quebec (SFPQ) entered his office. The Minister of Transport and the MP responsible for the Estre area condemned these behaviors on his Twitter page.

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According to Minister Franకోois Bonnardell, members of the Union Public and Para Public Service of Quebec (SFPQ) entered his office.

“I strongly condemn this disgusting and unjust gesture and we will report it to the police. There is no place for this kind of behavior with us or anywhere else and I ask SFPQ to order its members,” he wrote on the social network.

Mr Bonardell said the two employees were intimidated and intimidated by the public, in addition to stealing goods and committing acts of vandalism. Granby police did not confirm this information and did not disclose the reasons that prompted these individuals to break into the MP’s office.

The SFPQ condemned the comments shared by Mr Bonardell on Twitter. The union responded by saying, “Signs and posters have been erected on office windows” and are “easily removable”.

SFPQ members agreed to “occupy the office”, but with dignity and calm. “No theft, threats or vandalism took place,” the union wrote.

Fifteen people were released with assurances that they would attend. The Granby Police Department investigation is still ongoing.

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