If excluded from the CAQ caucus, the Conservative leader, Eric Duhaime, would like to meet the deputy Marie-Louise Tardif, who is the subject of the investigation of the alleged threats.
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Eric Duhaime continues to raid many elected officials of the CAQ. The Conservative leader, who failed to elect delegates last October, still wants to enter the National Assembly.
The chef has a new target in his sights: Marie-Louise Tardif.
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“The report is true. I will not hide it.” […] It’s not a good time. I am running and talking with several representatives of the CAQ, “confirmed Mr. Duhaime by telephone on Monday.
However, the conservative assures us that he has never spoken to a member for Laviolette-Saint-Murice and does not know his political values.
However, Marie-Louise Tardif’s brother Michel Tardif ran for the Conservatives last fall in the riding of Bellechasse.
For now I have never spoken to him. He did not meet him. I don’t know if the CAQ will expel him. There are rumors,” commented Eric Duhaime.
The government whip, Eric Lefebvre, agreed with Ms Tardif this week to take to the club. This is the question of the police after the alleged threats and terror, in court, a former employee who came to testify in the case.
Marc Leopold Fortin, the manager of her former county job, is seeking $15,000 in small claims from Ms. Tardif, following her dismissal, which she says is unfair.
According to Le Nouvelliste, Ms. Tardif was told that a former employee who had come to give evidence in the context of the trial was now “going in”. [s]if the case “. The major crimes division of the Sûreté du Québec opened an investigation in Trois-Rivières.
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“I don’t know what kind of allegations against her,” says the Conservative leader, who wants to know more.
However, the Conservative leader also draws a parallel between the allegations against Marie-Louise Tardif and a controversial statement he made during the last election campaign.
“I also said in my speech that I was going to plead my case with Francis Legault on the third day of the ninth of October. The CAQ charged me with violence and threats. I was there too,’ he said.
In previous legislation, former MP Claire Samson was banned from the CAQ after making a donation to the Conservative Party. “They spontaneously kicked him out,” recalls Eric Duhaime. “Between the criminal prosecution and the donation to the Conservative Party of Quebec, the donation to the PCQ seems to be worse.”