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The opposition demands an investigation into a close friend of the CAQ

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Stéphane Le Bouyonnec is the former president of the CAQ and was a candidate in the riding of La Prairie in 2018. (Archive photo)

The Canadian Press

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The official opposition calls for an investigation and the suspension of a deputy minister who was close to François Legault.

La Presse has revealed Thursday that Stéphane Le Bouyonnec, former candidate for the Coalition Avenir Québec (CAQ) and ex-president of the party, still has links with a usurious loan company.

A former company executive said Mr. Le Bouyonnec would have to testify in court about questionable payments allegedly made to organized crime. The Canadian Press was unable to verify these allegations Thursday.

Mr. Le Bouyonnec is today deputy minister at the Ministry of Cybersecurity and Digital Affairs.

In a press scrum Thursday morning, the leader of the official opposition, Marc Tanguay, sounded the alarm. What did François Legault know? he asked.

He demanded an investigation and the suspension of Mr. Le Bouyonnec. According to the Liberal leader, the deputy minister cannot remain in office.

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I don't really see how he can stay in office, said MP Vincent Marissal, from Québec solidaire (QS), shortly afterwards. his friend Mr. Legault, who appointed him there, to make the decisions, he added.

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