Members of Renouveau Sherbrookois voted to dissolve the party during the annual general meeting on Saturday. It was Vincent Boutin, party leader since May 2018, who proposed ending the political party’s activities.
According to the official representative of Sherbrooke Renewal, Alexandre Blanchette, the majority of those present supported the vision of the leader, who, after consultation with the population, determined that the concept of the party was more divisive than unifying.
The mere idea of a local political party in Sherbrooke did not pass through like a letter in the postexplained Mr. Blanchette.
In total, around fifteen members took part in the general meeting, too few to keep the party alive.
If we had wanted to continue the adventure, then [aurait pris] People who are taking up this torch and the observation is that there has been some demobilizationadds Alexandre Blanchette.
An administrative committee is responsible for the dissolution of Renouveau Sherbrookois, which will take effect no later than December 31st.
Sherbrooke Renewal was founded in 2008. She was in power for two mandates under Bernard Sévigny.
The party took part in this for around ten years
the revitalization of the Grandes-Fourches and Wellington South sectors and [à] the rise of our economic developmentAccording to its leader Vincent Boutin, the party’s only elected official.
The latter confirmed his political commitment to the members present by pointing this out
take a different path To make it possible.
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