Two publications by the president of Vimont’s Conservative Party Association comparing François Legault’s strategy to that of the famous dictator Stalin, Mao and Ceausescu have been removed from the social network.
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“Each dictator, Stalin, Mao, Ceauescu, etc., under various pretexts began their political hegemony by demeaning the constitution and the charter of fundamental human rights and freedoms. Legault is no exception to this rule. Is democracy in danger in Quebec? Legault’s behavior gives us every reason to believe it,” we could read recently on the candidate’s Facebook page and on Laval Riding’s conservative union. This comment of June 3 specifically made reference to the derogatory clause used by the CAQ government as part of the reform of Law 101.
A few days earlier, when François Legault announced in the National Assembly that he would present a second check to Quebecers if re-elected on 3 October, another publication linked the prime minister’s gesture to a totalitarian regime strategy. Dictator
“Another character with a sad memory offered the equivalent of $100 in 1989 in hopes of pacifying his people. Faced with popular revolt, he left the seat of government in a helicopter. People remember him, one Illiterate but cunning dictator, Ceauescu. Different era, same customs.
As a result of our questions, both comments have been removed from the social network.
“The controversial publications were written by the president of the Vimont Association, the latter no longer has access to publish on the candidate’s page. The incident happened before Mr. (Stefano) Piscitelli was a candidate for us, it is a simple misunderstanding” , Eric Duhaime’s press officer specified.
The PCQ assured that neither the leader nor the candidate endorses the position of the president of the Piscitelli Association, Adrian Nedelcu, an activist and volunteer.