The leader of the parti québecois Pascal Bérubé has slammed the door of the blue Room after you qualified of “shabby” behaviour of prime minister who accused him of wanting to “kill the tourist” in Bas-Saint-Laurent.
If the déconfinement team sports have yet to see one, it is clear that the hostilities and acrimony are to return to the national Assembly, after a long truce to partisanship.
During the question period, the leader of the third opposition group has set fire to the powder by questioning the scientific basis of certain decisions taken by the government to the déconfinement.
“It is fundamental for the population to know the decisions that are the public health and those that fall under the policy,” said the head of the parti québecois, citing as examples the deferral to 1 September of the re-opening of schools in Montreal and the removal of the traffic controls in the region.
Several experts have expressed their concerns about the dismantling early of these police roadblocks, recalled Mr. Bérubé, who relies on a written notice from the board of doctors of the CISSS du Bas-Saint-Laurent transmitted to the prime minister and the national director of public health, Horacio Arruda.
“As for the déconfinement of Montreal, the government is taking again a risky bet,” said the member for Matane-Matapédia.
“Pathetic” and “unacceptable”
Visibly angered, François Legault accused Mr. Bérubé of wanting to “kill the tourism in its region.
“The leader of the Parti québécois comes to tell us that he does not want the people of Montreal to go in the hotels, in hostels, in the Bas-Saint-Laurent and Gaspésie”, has added the chief caquiste.
“This is lousy,” responded Mr. Bérubé, off microphone, before leaving the confines of the blue Room banging on his desk.
“It is unacceptable, disrespectful”, responded to the parliamentary leader caquiste, Simon Jolin Barrette.
The scene has caused uproar within the caucus, which is reduced in number. The president of the national Assembly, François Paradis, has not failed to multiply the reminders in respect, then that began the intensive session.
“I invite you, all of you, to make sure that this day today will not happen again,” said Mr. Paradis, in the end of the session.