Dominique Anglade left the CAQ because she was concerned about the positions of political education on identity and immigration, she said this morning by announcing his passage to the Liberals.
The business woman saw an “inconsistency” can not reconcile between his views and values of his party.
“It is clear that over time the liberal wing has quietly disappeared and is no longer represented at the CAQ,” she lamented, having just announced his candidacy in Saint-Henri-Sainte-Anne. The “led to the acquisition of much more radical position I believe in immigration and identity in the context” situation.
A few minutes ago, Mrs Anglade had claimed that its passage was a choice PLQ “heart and head.”
Dominique Anglade has been president of the Quebec Coalition future for twenty months, from 2012 to 2013. She was also the candidate of François Legault in Fabre, election 2012.