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The solidarity caucus delivers a unanimous vote of confidence to GND

Photo: Jacques Boissinot The Canadian Press On Wednesday morning, after taking a day of reflection the day before, Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois said he wanted to meet with his caucus before speaking to the press, while asserting: “I feel better today. »

François Carabin in Quebec

Published at 12:19 p.m. Updated at 3:52 p.m.

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Elected officials from Québec solidaire unanimously supported their co-spokesperson Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois in a spontaneous vote of confidence held on Wednesday. The latter revealed this information on Wednesday afternoon, on the occasion of his first appearance in front of the parliamentary press since the departure of his co-spokesperson, Émilise Lessard-Therrien.

< p>Earlier Wednesday, the solidarity caucus reiterated its confidence in “GND”, while affirming that “all possibilities” were on the table.

The resignation on Monday of co-spokeswoman Émilise Lessard-Therrien, after only a few months in office, caused a lot of turmoil at Québec solidaire, the latter having mentioned in a letter the influence of Mr. Nadeau-Dubois on the management of the party.

After taking a day of reflection on Tuesday, Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois arrived at his caucus meeting on Wednesday morning flanked by his colleagues Manon Massé, Guillaume Cliche -Rivard and Alejandra Zaga Mendez. He said he wanted to meet with his caucus first before speaking to the press, but also said: “I feel better today. »

In the press scrum, MP Andrés Fontecilla stressed that no scenario was ruled out: “We are having a lot of discussions, we are discussing all the possibilities. » Later in the afternoon, solidarity MP Ruba Ghazal said changes may be necessary within the party. “My personal experience [of Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois] is positive. Obviously, with ups and downs, as in any workplace. »

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