United electoral front to beat the Liberals?

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I've said it before and I'll say it again...Québec needs a new alternative party...and that party is a QNDP

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Unionist

Brachina wrote:
QS would be able to work with the UCQ or PQ maybe, but not CAQ rightwingness or deal with the fantasism of Option National.

Actually, QS and Option Nationale have signed a [url=http://www.quebecsolidaire.net/actualite_nationale/entente_entre_quebec_... pact[/url] for Nicolet-Bécancour (leader of ON's riding) and Gouin (where Françoise David runs), without ruling out or confirming the addition of any more ridings. So I would say they've shown more ability to work together, so far, than any other two parties, wouldn't you?

 

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Three Former ADQ members to run as Liberals.

http://montreal.ctvnews.ca/three-former-adq-members-to-run-as-liberals-1...

 

I wonder if Charest will start courting some candidates from the CAQ...Maybe create a coalition with the CAQ?...There'd be no surprise,I think Charest is the kind of guy that will do anything to hang on to power.

And in the case of a PLQ victory,I'm guessing the agenda will become even more rightward...

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If the PLQ get a majority, I guess we can expect Plan Nord to become even more generous to the corporations that want to come in and tear Quebec's environment apart - the mining interests, especially, but perhaps Charest will green light more hydro projects, too. The greed of the Charest government kjnows no bounds - probably the same is true of the PQ. Those of us who live in northern Quebec - myself included - are really uneasy about all this.

One example: Route 138 will be completed from Natashquan to Kegaska in a year from now, and the mining trucks will probably follow soon after. Construction of #138 along the entire Lower North Shore will gradually kick in, and the character of the LNS - that of fishing and hunting villages - will inevitably give way to mineral extraction - probably open pit mines all over the place.  Frown

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http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/politics/in-quebec-election-three-wa...

posted this earlier but it disappeared.  anyway, a good look at many of the most competitive ridings.

Brachina

Unionist wrote:

Brachina wrote:
QS would be able to work with the UCQ or PQ maybe, but not CAQ rightwingness or deal with the fantasism of Option National.

Actually, QS and Option Nationale have signed a [url=http://www.quebecsolidaire.net/actualite_nationale/entente_entre_quebec_... pact[/url] for Nicolet-Bécancour (leader of ON's riding) and Gouin (where Françoise David runs), without ruling out or confirming the addition of any more ridings. So I would say they've shown more ability to work together, so far, than any other two parties, wouldn't you?

 

Excellent start

I'd rather QS and UCQ work together.

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