Paul St-Pierre Plamondon today ends his nine-day mission in Europe, where he wanted to build ties in support of independence.
The leader of the Parti Québécois flew to England, Scotland, Belgium and France during the first week of the parliamentary recess in Quebec.
In France, he notably met with the former president Francis Hollande, but also elected ambassadors from the French left and right.
A short trip to Belgium also allowed him to spend time with Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont, who lives in exile due to Spanish repression following the victory of the separatists in the referendum.
Paul St-Pierre Plamondon now wants to carry out such missions “regularly”, he trusts in the tide of LCN.
“We want to send a PQ ambassador,” he said. Every time we answer questions, it allows us to clarify our purpose, to make a reality. »
The editor-in-chief of Figaro Live did not rise to the question of the importance of the movement of the government in 2023.
“Is the independence of Quebec, the famous “Vive le Québec libre” of 1967, a thing, precisely, of 1967, an old thing, a bigger thing?”, to Paul St-Pierre Plamondon published in an interview.
Undeterred, the leader of the PQ declared against: “Vive le Québec libre”, today it exists in CEGEPs.
“It is indelible. The work of General de Gaulle is engraved in Quebec that the nation that is next to Quebec teaches: we encourage you, he declared.
“Does independent Quebec experience less conflict with its minority groups? asked a Quebec student at an Oxford conference.
Without being able to make a definitive decision, the PSPP believes it is quite possible.
“Under the Trudeau government, community-based identity politics came with funding from Quebec’s critical vision organizations,” he responded.
For example, the President of the Quebec Community Network, Martene Jennings compared the CI reform law to the threat of democracy in Ukraine against the invasion of Russia.
This “Quebec bashing” funded by Ottawa is creating “tension” and “fear towards Quebecers” who don’t think about who they are, declared Mr. St-Pierre Plamondon.