The party’s Quebecois leader, Paul Saint-Pierre Plamondon, decided to mark the occasion by distributing Quebec passports on the occasion of Quebec National Day, which was planned ahead of the current Canadian passport crisis.
Mr. St-Pierre Plamondon will present nearly 1,000 Quebec passports on Friday afternoon in Bourget Riding, where he will run as a candidate for the next regional election.
The party made the decision in the face of the current situation in which queers have been queuing for days in front of federal offices, especially in the Guy Favreau complex in Montreal, to obtain their passports.
“I tell the people of Borget: today, come and get a Quebec passport! It’s free, and you do not have to pay camp or value for federal incapacity,” Paul Saint-Pierre Plamondon said in a press release.
“By distributing Quebec passports, I hope that people from all walks of life will be open to discussion on the legitimate idea of making Quebec a nation,” he said.