Legault will have “drove [Quebec] into the climate wall”, accuses Nadeau-Dubois | Elections Quebec 2022
Rising against his rival François Legault, the co-spokesperson of Québec solidaire presents himself as the embodiment of the concerns of his generation and promises a Quebec concerned about the ;environment, on this world day of demonstration for the climate.
Quebec solidaire co-spokesperson, Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois, answered without tweezers to François Legault who reproached him, the day before, “for living in wonderland”. maud.png” media=”(min-width: 0px) and (max-width: 99999px)”/>
A “whispering” candidate without a climate plan, whose vision on the matter remained stuck in the 1990s and who willingly lends himself to the game of misinformation to discredit his rivals. Here is, in summary, the portrait that Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois, the co-spokesperson of Québec solidaire, painted sharply about his rival and outgoing Prime Minister François Legault.
When the first intends to reflect the growing concerns about the climate, the second has made the economy the iron (re) launch of his campaign. Between the two, the tone is heated on the electoral ground with increasingly murderous qualifiers, against a background of generational values.
François Legault demonstrated that he would have been a correct prime minister in 1992, when the fight against climate change was not a priority for an entire generation, summarized Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois, who did not skimp on the pejorative comparisons to denounce the dangerously retrograde vision of the outgoing Prime Minister, according to him.
“François Legault, it's Monsieur Impossible, Monsieur "We n& #x27;is not capable"… it misinforms Quebecers about the plans of Quebec solidaire. It is unworthy. »
— Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois, co-spokesperson for Québec solidaire
Continuation of the anthology: Legault is attached to a vision of the past, with an economy of 2022 stalled on 1992, launched his solidarity rival.
The former amphitheater activist, who is x27; became known during the student crisis of 2012, continues to maintain its aura among young mobilized citizens. He announced his participation in the demonstration for the climate emergency, a symbolic day to highlight his disagreements with the CAQ government.
Another effect of political differences on the environmental issue, candidates and ministers of the Coalition avenir Québec had to be escorted by police from the climate demonstration where they were not welcome.
In the eyes of Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois, history will remember the passage of Mr. Legault as the Prime Minister who drove us into the climate wall. The solidarity candidate also criticized him for having spent yesterday's debate blubbering on Québec solidaire without in turn proposing a plan for the environment.
The political strategy of response also aimed to introduce a new election promise: $45 million per year would be granted to municipalities to help them adapt to climate change if Québec solidaire were to come to power.
The Solidarity candidate defended himself from wanting to close businesses to undertake the ecological shift, an attack from his caquiste rival who wants to scare the world, according to him.
In a context of change in our economy, certain sectors are more fragile, recognized Mr. Nadeau-Dubois, citing those of petrochemicals and refineries whose activity will naturally decline, he believes.
Global demand will peak and possibly decline, he anticipated, adding to his remarks made the day before at the leaders' debate, where he said his program would support companies in the hydrocarbon sector in their transition.