The deputy parliamentary leader of the government Éric Caire believes that he has already given the deputies of the National Assembly a gift by being less taunt towards the opposition parties.
The Minister for Digital Transformation, once nicknamed the “sheriff”, even goes so far as to say that he could have aspired to the title of gentleman par excellence of Parliament.
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“Compared to what I have already been, it seems to me that I could apply for the Lady-Byng, in my opinion!”, He joked on the airwaves of LCN, Friday, a few hours after the suspension of work parliamentarians for the holiday break.
Cairo, however, recognized that “there is still some way to go” to soften his reputation as a politician with a “slobbery” tone, as the host Paul Larocque recounted.
“I think we must all respond to the Prime Minister’s call on humility and I receive this call well,” he admitted. Collaborate and have a better tone in the National Assembly, I must contribute. ”
Cairo drew its analogy from the National Hockey League, which annually awards the Lady-Byng Trophy to the player who demonstrates the best sportsmanship, while maintaining an exceptional level of play.
No politician has won it so far …