Expelled from the Quebec Liberal Party (PLQ) caucus, Marie-Claude Nicolas won’t join another party because her “values don’t change [et] Be generous. She said she has received a huge outpouring of support in the past few hours.
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The member-elect for Vaudreuil since 2014 issued a brief press release Friday, 24 hours after she was expelled from the caucus for one reason. Disagreements with its leader, Dominic Anglade. She intends to remain a member and sit as an independent candidate.
“On October 3rd, the citizens of Vaudreuil honored me with their confidence for the third time. I want to assure them of my intentions to remain their MP and protect their interests as always. The energy my team puts into serving them, nothing will change for them in terms of my presence in the field or in the National Assembly, where I will use all the means at my disposal to make their voices heard,” she said.
“I want to inform them of my intention to sit as an independent MP and consequently, out of respect for them and my deep convictions, not affiliated with any other political party. My values don’t change, they remain generous. »
She said, “Thank you to all people from all walks of life [lui] They have expressed their support in the last few hours.
The MP declined interview requests.