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Paul St-Pierre Plamondon cancels his speech to the General Council of the Bloc québécois

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Paul St-Pierre Plamondon (Archive photo)

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The leader of the Parti Québécois (PQ) Paul St-Pierre Plamondon will ultimately not be at the general council of the Bloc Québécois which is taking place this Saturday in Quebec.

Paul St-Pierre Plamondon was to address the Bloc troops gathered at Laval University.

His press scrum as well as his speech are canceled, announced Laura Chouinard-Thuly, director of communications of the PQ in an email sent Friday evening. No other explanation was provided.

The PQ leader confirmed the day before that he and his family received death threats during of the last days. The 47-year-old politician appeared shaken by the events.

Friday evening, the leader of the Bloc Québécois, Yves-François Blanchet, presented Simon Bérubé for his nomination as candidate for the Quebec riding for the next federal election.

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Simon Bérubé is a candidate of exceptional quality and whose experience speaks for itself. It is with great pride that we welcome him to the Bloc team as a candidate for our national capital, declared Yves-François Blanchet, in a press release.

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Simon Bérubé was previously a Bloc Québécois candidate in Montmagny-L'Islet-Kamouraska-Rivière- the wolf's. (File photo)

Having a federal Liberal MP in Quebec makes my heart ache. We have, here at the feet of our National Assembly, a spokesperson from Ottawa to Quebec rather than one from Quebec to Ottawa. And it shows in the management of each local file where we are served with excuses and deadlines rather than results, said the candidate, referring to the dock workers at the port of Quebec who have been locked out for a year, and notably the Pignon Bleu kitchen which is awaiting federal money.

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