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End of the parliamentary session: Legault will not change his recipe

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Quebec Premier François Legault responds to the opposition during the question period.

The Canadian Press

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At the time of taking stock of the year 2023, François Legault does not want to change his recipe and assures that things will be better next year even if the year 2023 was painful. For its part, the Parti Québécois affirms that it is maintaining the course towards a referendum during a first mandate, Québec solidaire speaks of a difficult year and the Liberal Party of Quebec takes the opportunity to ;attack the training of Paul St-Pierre Plamondon.

I am not discouraged at all, declared the Prime Minister during a press conference to take stock of the session Friday afternoon, despite the results of polls which indicate that he is now the first least popular minister in Canada.

He recognized from the outset that 2023 was not easy politically because it was not an easy year. there was a lot of controversy. Despite this, he has no intention of leaving or reshuffling his council of ministers or expelling his chief of staff, Martin Koskinen.

I have the best chief of staff […] in North America, he exclaimed when journalists asked him if he intended to reshuffle the cards in light of the catastrophic polls of the recent weeks.

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The leader of the Parti Québécois, Paul St-Pierre Plamondon , spoke at a press conference at the end of the fall semester.

For his part, the PQ leader wanted to make a clarification even before the journalists began to ask their questions.

I will take advantage of this assessment to immediately answer a question you are going to ask me. So, to the question: "Now that you have good surveys, will you change your approach? Are you going to return to good government by discarding independence?" The answer is no, argued Paul St-Pierre Plamondon in the hall of parliament.

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The most recent surveys indicate a significant rise in the Parti Québécois (PQ), even placing it ahead of the Coalition Avenir Québec (CAQ). The poll aggregator Qc125 gives him 31% of voting intentions.

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The co-spokesperson for Québec solidaire, Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois, spoke during a press conference at the end of the fall session at the National Assembly of Quebec.

The parliamentary leader of Québec solidaire (QS), Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois, recognizes it: the year has not been easy for his party. For example, in recent weeks and months, MPs have made delicate comments or done inglorious actions at the Salon bleu. On Friday, the supportive leader minimized the impact of these blunders.

Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois assured that his party is showing resilience. There was turbulence, but despite that, we stayed the course, he said, citing in particular the disappointing results in the by-election in Jean-Talon last October.

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The interim leader of the Liberal Party of Quebec, Marc Tanguay, spoke at a conference press release at the end of the fall session.

True to his habit, the interim Liberal leader, Marc Tanguay, took shots at the Legault government, accusing it in particular of being messy. He also took the opportunity to attack another target, the PQ deputies, by accusing them of having refused to extend the session to complete the study of Bill 15 on health, which will finally be adopted under gag.

Marc Tanguay has also rejected the idea that his attacks have a link with the rise of the PQ in the polls.< /p>

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