Not uttering his words, columnist Jill Proulx hits Richard Martineau’s mic on Qub Radio Thursday, as he makes a full appeal against the undecided.
According to him, they had plenty of time to make their decisions.
This party has been in power for four years. Do you have anything to say? “Protest those who do not yet know who they will vote for.
Mr. Proulx thinks the Thursday evening meeting is mainly for them. But what he regrets most is the number of votes once the finish line is crossed. According to the latest Léger / Le Journal / TVA / QUB poll, François Legault can be elected with less than 40% of the vote.
“It proves how sick democracy is,” said Jill Proulx.
He also blamed the number of parties that would, according to him, contribute significantly to the dispersal of votes. He believes that Quebecers should be forced to go to the polls to exercise their civic duty.
The color columnist also criticized François Legault’s inaction at the irregular entrances of Roxham Road. According to him, there are more of them than ever.
“It feels like Rene-Levesque, Bell’s corner,” he imagined as he simultaneously shrieked at the scandal.
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