The leader of the Coalition avenir Quebec (CAQ), François Legault, says there has been no threat to the member who has resigned Sylvie Roy and the party has instead offered his support in front of the difficulties she was experiencing.
By way of a press release, the CAQ has just reacting to the decision of Ms. Roy to leave the caucus caquiste, and sit now in the capacity of independent mp. It points out that the CAQ has shown responsibility by reaching out to Ms. Roy”, which was experiencing difficulty in meeting its obligations as member” of Arthabaska.
Yesterday, an employee of the CAQ has posted on Twitter a message pointing out that Sylvie Roy had alcohol problems; quickly, the message was deleted. Ms. Roy has associated these comments to allegations unfounded.
In the press release, François Legault noted that the members of the caucus regret “all the turn of public events”. “We all want the greatest good for Sylvie”, he added.
Mr. Legault also reacts to the statements of Ms. Roy to the effect that he would have promised to make war with Ms. Roy if she wanted to do harm to the CAQ. “I want to be very clear about one thing : there has been no threat or personal attack Sylvie Roy. On the contrary, it is above all feelings of friendship and respect that have driven us to offer him our assistance,” said Mr. Legault before adding that it will not feed any resentment towards her.