The founder and leader of the Montreal Bloc and the Montreal Movement announced Monday that he will run in the provincial elections in Notre-Dame-de-Grasse (NDG) and that he will not make special efforts to field candidates outside of Greater Montreal.
Balarama Holness to Mario Dumont, in an interview with Radio QUB, Monday, declared, “I am starting in the NDG, this is the area in which we will allocate as much resources as possible. I think many English-speaking immigrants are on their last breaths regarding their rights. And the NDG is the The main area, and for us a priority that must be won.”
Balarama Holness, who is on the regional scene and to whom his Montreal Bloc party has been mandated since June 7, believes the election “will not be a candy bar for the liberals.” “It will be competitive and they know it. We are confident that NDG, D’Arcy-Mc-Gee and even Saint-Henri will be able to compete. We will have at least 30 candidates in Montreal.”
interests of Montreal residents
The founder of the Montreal Bloc, a former candidate for mayor of Montreal, believes that his party “will truly represent the interests of the people of Montreal.”
Also, Balarama Holness will focus its efforts on the capital and not particularly in the regions. “Montreal is strong and strong, and it is an economic engine for Quebec that will ensure that the regions are just as strong,” he said on air.
“For us, it is really important to have representation in the National Assembly, both on the economic level, in terms of housing, and culture. We want to invest in Montreal and that is why we need the Montreal bloc,” he emphasized, describing himself as a political entrepreneur. “The Liberal Party does not represent me. We need a fresh breath of fresh air to move forward, and that is what we do.
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