The Parti Québécois assures that Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean will have an opposition representative

In an interview on Friday morning, MP Joël Arseneau, who was re-elected on Monday riding the Îles-de-la-Madeleine, said regions that no longer have opposition MPs, as is the case in Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean , will be able to benefit from a PQ representative to criticize the government positions of the Coalition Avenir Québec (CAQ), which returned to power with a large majority in Monday’s elections.

According to Joël Arseneau, regional authorities are also being asked to play a more prominent role in the public eye.

We have what we did in the last legislative period and what we will certainly do again, to have specific areas for some MEPs in which we can intervene regionally. I have intervened several times with the Laurentians in the health field. At three we’ll do our part. In the Parti Québécois we also still have regional presidents who can take their place in the media to raise a voice that is different from that of the government. he explained in an interview on the show It’s never the same.

Joël Arseneau believes that the Parti Québécois can bounce back despite Monday’s poor results.

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