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Bill 15 was tabled by the Minister of Health, Christian Dubé (center). To extend his detailed study in committee, the parliamentary leader of the government (Simon Jolin-Barrette, on the left) proposes to extend the session by one week.

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The Coalition Avenir Québec (CAQ) wishes to extend the session by a week to pass Bill 15 on health system reform, announced the government's parliamentary leader, Simon Jolin-Barrette, arriving at the Salon bleu. , and Minister Christian Dubé, Wednesday.

The oppositions, who must give their consent, have not yet reacted.

Mr. Jolin-Barrette claims to have submitted to the other parties a schedule according to which the study of the bill in parliamentary committee would resume from Monday to next Wednesday. All deputies of the National Assembly would then be summoned on Thursday, December 14 for the adoption of the legislative piece.

Bill 15, which has more than 1,000 articles, essentially aims at the creation of the Santé Québec agency, which would inherit the management of the operations of the public network to allow the ministry to concentrate on the main orientations.

However, even after 227 hours spent in parliamentary committee, there are still hundreds of articles to study.

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Asked about Bill 31 on housing, which the opposition parties would like modify, both Mr. Jolin-Barrette and the Minister of Housing, France-Élaine Duranceau, indicated Wednesday morning that the government's desire was to have it adopted by the National Assembly by the end of the week.

The legislative document aims in particular to allow owners to oppose lease transfers. However, this provision greatly displeases tenant associations, who have stepped up demonstrations in recent months to denounce it. The entrance to the ministry was even vandalized this week.

Parliamentary work should normally end on Friday, December 8.

More details will follow.

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