Monday’s election had a very special flavor for Guy Nantel. The man who tried to steal the leadership of the Parti Québécois watched the vote count carefully. According to him, the PQ and the Conservatives deserve a better fate.
On Sophie Durocher’s show on QUB Radio, the comedian said Eric Duhaime’s party should have at least one deputy in Quebec City in November, with 13% of the vote.
“We want to see more of these people in the National Assembly than boring on the streets. They should get at least one seat,” he said.
Root of the Parti Québécois
Mr. According to Nantel, Paul St-Pierre Plamondon believes that although Plamondon has had an excellent campaign, he deserves a better fate. Despite getting 15% of the votes, only three representatives won the seat.
“They only have one question a week,” lamented the former party leadership candidate.
He also points to the Liberal Party, which received only 7% of the province’s francophone vote. For him, it shows a significant gap between Montreal and the rest of Quebec.
“When you weaken, you only have your base left, and that base is English speakers,” he analyzed.