Wednesday, March 29, 2023

The PSPP believes that the PQ can collect the highest vote and beat the CAQ in 2026

The exhaustion of the Legislature will favor the government of the Parti Québécois in the next election, believes Paul St-Pierre Plamondon, who believes that there is no need for solidaire Quebec to gain power and control.

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“It is certain: all governments have an end of the cycle. A tired, outdated and stunned government always ends up leaving power to the other party,” he said in an interview with the QMI Agency, on the sidelines of the PQ National Congress.

This part, as he believes, can be good. “What distinguishes us from everyone else is that we have a vision for the future,” explained the leader of the PQ, stating that politics is not about techniques and skills.

“My plan is not to have a plan, and to simply say what I think about our future,” said Paul St-Pierre Plamondon.

Thus, he immediately excludes any partnership with Quebec solidaire, even when it is shown to him by fragments of the opposition more often than not that it is beneficial to the party in electoral power, such as ours.

“No, it’s not on the cards,” he said, lamenting “doing all the scientific observations” that QS has often talked about independently recently.

  • Listen to Richard Martineau’s interview with Paul St-Pierre Plamondon, leader of the Parti Québécois on QUB radio:
  • Has the PQ committed to producing leadership documents, such as the “1st year budget” or even a “white paper” on independence, with the aim of consolidating the base in the event of a worst-case scenario? party of choice?

    “It is exactly the opposite,” answered Paul St-Pierre Plamondon at the start.

    Sitting on the edge of his chair, the PQ leader insists that his party is not even targeting a certain electorate. “We’re not saying that we’re going to say that we’re going to get votes from QS or from the Conservatives or CAQ. We’re talking to everyone, all the time, that’s all.

  • Listen to Lisée – Mulcair’s meeting with Jean-Francois Lisee, former leader of the Parti Québécois and Thomas Mulcair, former leader of the NPD, among other things from the PSPP, to the microphone of Richard Martineau of QUB radio:
  • The head of the PQ also notes that his career has allowed him to work in environments that are not very fertile for main ideas, such as the “office tower in Montreal”. This, in a sense, is the thing at stake.

    “I was educated in law by McGill University, and by Oxford University (…), explained Paul St-Pierre Plamondon. I speak Danish, I studied in Sweden, I lived in Norway. The figure, in my teens and twenties, is absolutely atypical for PQ.

    “Perhaps he does not allow me to address more to a more typical corner, already convinced of the need for leadership, but really to everyone,” he philosophizes, resting his fist on his cheek.

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