The announced presence of the President of the Treasury Board of Quebec, Martin Coiteux before an audience gathered in Montreal, early Friday morning, attracted several members of the eight teachers unions affiliated to the Autonomous Federation of Teachers (FAE), who demonstrated .
The demonstration erupted before dawn on Sherbrooke Street West, facing the Mount Royal Club, in downtown Montreal.
However, Marie-Ève Pelletier, a press officer Coiteux minister, said after the arrival of the demonstrators was to deliver the speech that the President of the Treasury Board at that location had been canceled a few days earlier.
Thursday, President of the AWF, Sylvain Mallette, has strongly denounced the eviction during the night than sixty militants of a temporary camp that was erected in front of a building in Montreal where the Ministry of Education has offices.
Protesters AWF announced that they will continue their actions while Friday’s morning in different places kept secret.
The union demands including respect for the right to demonstrate, but also better working conditions for teachers and better learning conditions for students.