The member of parliament for Beauce-Sud, Paul Busque, temporarily withdrew from the caucus of the liberal Party of Quebec (PLQ) at the time that checks are carried out on the management of the constituency office.
Mr. Busque said Thursday, in a press release of the parliamentary wing of the PLQ, want to reiterate to voters in his constituency that he is “working every day to defend [their] interests to the national Assembly, with the conviction of having always acted with honesty and diligence.”
The member of parliament for Beauce-Sud has been added to have the degree of certainty “that this demonstration will be done” and that voters will “always because of [her] trust”.
The chair of the caucus of the parliamentary wing of the liberal, Filomena Rotiroti, announced that Mr. Busque had meant that he withdrew temporarily from the caucus.
The commissioner of the ethics and professional conduct is currently doing audits on the management of the constituency office of Mr. Busque, said Ms. Rotiroti.
She argued that the member of parliament for Beauce-Sud offered its full collaboration to the ethics commissioner and the ethics in this folder.
Mr. Busque has the functions of parliamentary assistant of the minister of the Economy, Science and Innovation.