By-election: the CAQ accused of wanting to “buy” the ballot

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&Eacute ;partial election: the CAQ accused of wanting to “buy” the vote

The by-election in Saint-Henri−Sainte-Anne will be held on March 13 in Montreal.

The Coalition avenir Québec (CAQ) is trying to “buy” the by-election in Saint-Henri−Sainte-Anne, says PQ leader Paul St-Pierre Plamondon.

He was reacting on Tuesday to the appearance in the riding of CAQ election posters bearing the face of Prime Minister François Legault with the words: “Tax cut from 2023”.

The CAQ is becoming a parody of itself in its ambition to buy the elections, denounced in a press briefing Mr. St-Pierre Plamondon. He begged the CAQ to stop infantilizing the Quebec electorate.

In the last general election, the CAQ promised to send a check to 6 .4 million Quebecers − promise kept − and to reduce the first two tax brackets by one percentage point in 2023.

François Legault will campaign in Saint-Henri−Sainte-Anne on tax cuts. We, each time, we will specify that they will especially favor the richest in Quebec, reacted Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois.

The parliamentary leader of Québec solidaire (QS ) said his party would instead campaign on the housing crisis, the environment and inclusion.

The by-election in Saint -Henri−Sainte-Anne will be held on March 13. It was made necessary following the departure, on December 1, of the former liberal leader Dominique Anglade.