(Rimouski) An independent Quebec would recover the share of CF-18 fighters of the Canadian army rightful said Pierre Karl Péladeau.
However, the PQ leader says will not be prepared to say today whether the model of sovereignty that he will propose to Quebecers build on a Quebec army or a common army with the rest of Canada, nor is it assumed in a completely different field, a Quebec or common currency.
It will, however, tell Quebecers what it will be precisely in the next Quebec election.
For now, the page is more white on these issues, admitted Mr. Péladeau. So it was not ready on Tuesday morning to declare, like the Bloc Quebecois leader Gilles Duceppe, a Quebec Coast Guard would emerge in an independent Quebec and that would include bases in Rimouski and Gaspé, in addition to an antenna in Îles-de-la-Madeleine.
“What I can tell you is that Quebecers have contributed to all this federal infrastructure and that it will be a thorough analysis” was first just commented Pierre Karl Péladeau.
“Part of this infrastructure should remain Quebec, he nevertheless ended up adding. Like many other federal infrastructure, we think the F-18, we thought the federal works such as bridges, such as airports, the dock here in Rimouski. ”
The Parti Québécois MPs gathered in Rimouski until this afternoon to prepare for the next session of Parliament in the National Assembly.
The federal debt will also of course be negotiated, said the PQ leader in response to a question from a journalist.
The work of reflection on these topics will be led by the Research Institute on sovereignty that promised to create.
The Parti Quebecois has three years before it to “perfect” its program, noted Pierre Karl Péladeau. The next general election will not take place before October 2018.
“The Parti Quebecois is going to answer all the questions that may be asked. They must be asked and we must provide a response that is expected by the compatriots, fellow citizens and citizens of Quebec. ”
“Following his convictions”
For the PQ Stéphane Bédard, the PQ no risk to work hand in hand with the Bloc Quebecois during the federal campaign, even if the results of Gilles Duceppe party had to be disappointing for the sovereignty movement 19 October.
“Following his convictions, this is the best way”, insisted the House leader of the official opposition. “The mistake Mr. Couillard, in there is to be a Canadian at all costs. He said: “Pound me on the head, I’m going to stay Canadian. ‘”