The crisis of confidence continues in the Bloc québécois
Photo Agence QMI, Joel Lemay
Saturday, march 24, 2018 10:21
Saturday, march 24, 2018 10:23
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MONTREAL – the exit from The crisis in the Bloc québécois has been the subject of discussions this Saturday in Montreal at the general Office of the training sovereignist.
The head of Martine Ouellet, as well as the president, Mario Beaulieu attended the meeting delicate.
The question of the vote of confidence and that of the “referendum” on the party’s policies included in the menu.
Chairman of the executive of the Bloc quebecois in Pointe-de-l’île, Jean-Pierre Emond, insisted before the meeting on the need to find a way out of the crisis “very hard to Block, very difficult for the members, very difficult for everyone.”
“There is always a solution to everything,” he stated.
Friday, thirty local organisations in the Bloc quebecois have demanded a vote of confidence for quick on the leadership of Ms. Ouellet. They claim, among other things, that members be consulted about the political future of their head by the end of the month of may.
Let us recall that at the beginning of march, seven of the ten members of the Bloc have resigned with a bang, declaring that they could no longer work with the head. They had also said that they were not in agreement with the mission she gave to the party to promote the sovereignty, whereas, traditionally, the party defends the interests of Quebec in Ottawa.