The leader of the PQ makes eight demands of François Legault
Among the requests formulated to the government, Paul St-Pierre Plamondon would like to extend Bill 101 to CEGEPs. (File photo)
The leader of the Parti Québécois, Paul St-Pierre Plamondon, made eight demands on Tuesday to Prime Minister François Legault, in particular on the themes of immigration and French.
We agreed to obtain specific answers from the government in the coming months, he told reporters on the sidelines of a press briefing.
Among the demands made to the government, the sovereignist party would like to extend Bill 101 to CEGEPs.
As the three leaders opposition parties represented in the National Assembly and the leader of the Conservative Party of Quebec, Éric Duhaime, before him, Paul St-Pierre Plamondon was treated to a rare tête-à-tête with Premier François Legault.< /p>
The leader of the PQ praised a constructive meeting, under the sign of collaboration.
Questioned by journalists on the issue of private agencies who raises t their hourly rates, the PQ leader said he was worried. We must get private agencies out of our system, which are costing us a fortune and cannibalizing our network, he said.