The president of the national Assembly to reprimand the parliamentarians for their bad behavior

News 27 March, 2018
    The president of the national Assembly, Jacques Chagnon

    Marie-Renée Grondin

    Tuesday, 27 march 2018 15:23

    Tuesday, 27 march 2018 15:23

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    Back after a few days ‘ absence in the room, the president of the national Assembly, Jacques Chagnon, has berated the parliamentarians for their behaviour.

    “Several people who have looked at the questions last week were sent to me to tell me that the climate had not been quite what it should be. Then, I watched the three periods of questions and I have to tell you that, for our institution, this was not very edifying,”-t-he first advanced.

    Then, Mr. Chagnon has made particular reference to the exchange full-bodied occurred between the minister Pierre Moreau and the caquiste Eric Cairo, where the latter had dropped a blasphemy in the room, which had caused quite a commotion in the Living room blue.

    “With the experience that you all have, you know that humor, and particularly humor that is healthy, is a better fighter than all of the outputs that we may have regarding the inventories of the sacristy or qualifiers that, in all subjects combined, do we not go much…”, he pleaded.

    Jacques Chagnon was then called his colleagues to “be quiet”.

    “I expect you to be more calm, more serene, and you will be more effective,” he concluded.