Québec Solidaire presents its economic team

Québec Solidaire presents its economic team


Québec Solidaire wants to come out of the shadows and wants to rely on its economic team.  

The parliamentary leader of the party, Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois, is of the opinion that in the past, some have had prejudices towards Québec solidaire and the economy. 

“There is a perception that Québec Solidaire has no vision, has no economic proposals. Me, I want to tackle these prejudices, I want to break this perception, “he says. 

To do this, QS has also put in the best economic team of its history.

“We have people who come from the banking sector. We have people who know the workings of our economic system. We have a vision of the economy that is different from other political parties. It's been 30 years in Quebec that we try the same old vision all the time, “says Mr. Nadeau-Dubois. ;

“On the one hand, there are those who think that money grows on trees. Who think that there is always room for more taxes, more taxes, more deficits, more debts”, he had already said. 

Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois affirms look forward to debating with the Prime Minister, especially regarding the economy.

“It's not true that there is just one vision,” he believes. 

While Caquists, Liberals and Conservatives promise tax cuts, solidarity wants to stand out.

“There will be no wall-to-wall tax cuts, because there are people in Quebec who are making money and who do not need their taxes are lowered. But there are also people who need air, ”insists the parliamentary leader of QS.

Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois promises a balanced financial framework. 

“Yes, we have ambition, but we also have rigor. We are going to seek new revenues to finance our new expenses. And I won't be on the defensive,” he says. 

Quebec Solidaire Economic Team:  

Ruba Ghazal, Mercier

She worked for more than 15 years in management positions at Bombardier, Church & Dwight and Owens-Illinois.

Simon Tremblay-Pépin, Point-aux-Tremble

Professor at the Élisabeth-Bruyère School of Social Innovation at Saint-Paul University, holder of a master's degree in economics (Paris I Sorbonne) and a doctorate in political science (York)

Christine Gilbert, Lotbinière-Frontenac

Associate Professor of Accounting at Laval University . Her research led her to specialize in public finance.

Mathieu Perron-Dufour, Hull

Professor of economics at the University of Quebec in Outaouais for seven years. Holder of a doctorate in economics.

Haroun Bouazzi, Maurice-Richard

He has worked for more than 15 years at BDC, a financial institution parapublic at the service of small and medium-sized businesses, of which he is now assistant vice-president.

Julie Francoeur, Bertrand

Holder of an MBA , she has nearly 20 years of career in sustainable development, both internationally and in Quebec