According to our information, the group will have 14 members. It will be co-founded with former journalist André Pratte and MP Madwa-Nika Cadet.
The working group must answer four questions:
Fourteen people, seven women and seven men, make up the council. Among them are certain well-known people, such as former ministers, but lesser-known actors.
In addition to co-chairs André Pratte and Madwa-Nika Cadet, the committee includes 12 other members:
According to our information, the report of the commission is expected in the case and should be presented to the activist party members in the meeting.
Interesting fact: the office of the PLQ decided to give leeway to the next leader by deciding not to bind the conclusions and recommendations of the report on the Liberal Party of Quebec.
A Claude Ryan effect?
The PLQ received only 14% of the vote in the last election, and a recent poll shows only 4% support among Francophones.
The need to reach voters outside of Montreal is clear.
According to our information, the party believes these poor results are largely based on confusion about their identity.
By creating this project, he hopes the process will move members and supporters, as did the publication of the book Good and Modern Quebec, by Claude Ryan, in 2002.
The book helped to define the fundamental values of the party a few months before the elections that brought Jean Charest to power.