October 5, 2022

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Serious Legault in the draw

Serious Legault in the draw

Francois promised to be in a better mood than Legault face to face Last week, but even his natural combativeness and grumpiness turned sharply on Thursday in Radio-Canada’s talk.

A less cacophonous exercise, more focused on proposed actions than before.

CAQ chief Eric Duhaime has been heavily indicted over the pandemic, calling him “irresponsible” who “profited from the suffering” of the public.

It sparked the most heated exchange of the evening, with Eric Duhaime attempting to respond tit-for-tat to the prime minister, accusing him, among other things, of victimizing the youth. “I won’t stoop like you!” »

In this shock, all the polarities arising from the management of the pandemic are summed up. Let’s hope that in the last week of the campaign, the atmosphere is already so tense (vandalism, threats, organization of convoys) that it will not have an accentuated effect.

But Eric Duheim was the most aggressive player of the evening, stepping up the attacks. Sometimes expertly, during an exchange with Gabriel-Nadeau Dubois about the health system. A co-representative of QS declared that “if the presence of the private health sector works, it will be known”. To which the Conservative leader replied: “If monopoly works, we know it too! »

After opening “I feel noble” to Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois about the fight against greenhouse gases, François Legault quickly changed his tone to his side. He criticized her for not sufficiently considering the effects of the plan on families. After that, he reserved countless attacks on him. Orange Chef tells him to stop “scaring the world”, telling him to “put away his Halloween decorations”. And François Legault to respond: “Stop playing in Wonderland! »

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less glowing than at GND face to face. He had good times, especially when he flashed a picture of “shooting the boat” in the face of François Legault, accusing him of a lack of solidarity with young people on climate change.

A more natural angle

Dominic Anglade had to put in an extraordinary performance to turn the tide. She almost succeeded. His voice was more natural, less tape-like, though the way he looked at the camera seemed like some kind of newfound obsession that often felt forced.

Paul Saint-Pierre Plamondon has another excellent discussion. He has repeatedly sought to position himself in the fray, making good points for his opponents and trying to reframe the debate. The risk is to become a kind of pastoral animator. But he knows how to be forceful on several occasions, especially when he criticized Quebec Solidaire’s policy of repealing the QST on basic needs, which boosted the rich.

He was able to address his primary projects (independence and the French language) as a strategy to win back the sovereignty electorate.

  • Paul Saint-Pierre Plamondon: 9/10
  • Gabriel-Nadeau Dubois: 7.5/10
  • Dominic Anglade: 8/10
  • Francois Legault: 7/10
  • Eric Duhaime: 7/10