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The liberals, voted Wednesday against a motion which asked the Auditor general to examine the agreement between Québec and the Fédération des médecins omnipraticiens du Québec.
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The motion had been presented by pq, and received the support of the other opposition parties.
The PQ also wished that the VG considers the agreement to come up with the Fédération des médecins spécialistes du Québec (FMSQ), “so that we can have the right time and understand how the population of Québec will have been disadvantaged compared to another group of professionals,” said the spokesman of the parti québecois in health, Diane Lamarre.
The opposition is against the agreement the broad outlines of which were unveiled on the 6th of October last, without that the total amounts to be disclosed.
The summary information shown to enable you to assess the sum to be over a billion dollars.
The government now says that the agreement will be made public after the end of negotiations with the FMSQ.