July 20, 2024

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Henri-Paul Rousseau was appointed General Delegate of Quebec in Paris

Henri-Paul Rousseau was appointed General Delegate of Quebec in Paris

Former president of Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (CDPQ) Henri-Paul Rousseau turned diplomat.

Mr. Rousseau will replace Michel Boisvert as head of Quebec's general delegation in Paris. The decision was taken by the Council of Ministers of the Legault government on Wednesday afternoon.

The concerned chief will assume office in mid-July. His appointment was confirmed by International Relations Minister Martin Biron at a press scrum on Wednesday afternoon.

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Martin Biron welcomed the appointment of Henri-Paul Rousseau to Quebec's general delegation in Paris on Wednesday.

Photo: Radio-Canada / Sylvain Roy Roussel

Henri-Paul Rousseau arrives at Quebec's general delegation on Avenue Victor-Hugo in Paris, in a political context of complete upheaval, while President Emmanuel Macron dissolves the National Assembly by launching early legislative elections in light of past European results. Election.

Now leading France's National Rally and the New Popular Front, which has been hastily formed from half a dozen left-wing parties, dominated the election, suggesting a poor result for Mr Macron's party, Renaissance, in the Elysée.

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