SHAWINIGAN — The candidate who will represent Québec solidaire in Laviolette – Saint-Maurice during the next elections is now known. This will be Christine Cardin, who will defend the colors of the left party in the general election.
The association of this district made the announcement at a meeting of investiture which took place on Tuesday evening. Ironically, the application of the mother of three children who is currently completing a bachelor’s degree in psychology has been confirmed on the same day as Pierre Giguère, who will eventually be the liberal candidate in this county after the announcement of the withdrawal of the political life Julie Boulet at the end of the present mandate.
Christine Cardin said that he felt his desire to be involved in politics take shape during the student strike of 2012. She said that the next election campaign will be an ideal platform to bring to the foreground the ideas and the program of his party.
“Choose Québec solidaire, it is to choose a party that offers a progressive alternative to the existing parties. An alternative broad, unifying, rooted in all the regions. An alternative to be able to bear and fulfil the hopes of change for both women and men of Quebec! An alternative to building a world of our dreams,” says the young woman.
Regarding the soap opera surrounding the choice of his opponent is liberal, the young woman considers that it was time that Ms. Boulet is leaving politics. According to her, politics should not be seen as a career, but rather a passage into a life in which we put our ideas and vision to the service of our fellow citizens. It considers the decision of the current deputy solidaire Amir Khadir, return to the practice of medicine as very noble.
It was the last assembly of the investiture of the party in the region. Ms. Cardin has joined Valérie Delage in Trois-Rivières, Steven Roy Cullen in Champlain and Simon Piotte in Muskie.