The Caquiste MP Sylvain Lévesque, who blocked the path of Conservative leader Éric Duhaime in Chauveau on October 3, could become Vice-President of the National Assembly, our Parliamentary Office has learned.
At least that's what the CAQ parliamentary wing proposed to Mr. Lévesque.
“The party asked me if it was a thing which could interest me”, confirmed the principal concerned, noting that the final decisions have not yet been made.
According to our information, he will be appointed second vice-president, succeeding in this capacity to the CAQ MP for Saint-Hyacinthe, Chantal Soucy, who would become first vice-president. The presidency would go to Nathalie Roy.
The position of third vice-president would be entrusted to the Liberal Frantz Benjamin (Viau), in accordance with what the leader of the PLQ, Dominique Anglade, in the turmoil since the exclusion of Marie-Claude Nichols, who coveted this position.
Sylvain Lévesque was re-elected in the riding of Chauveau with nearly 6,500 votes ahead of the leader of the Conservative Party of Quebec, Éric Duhaime, who hoped for a victory to enter the Blue Room.
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