Vigile est le site internet par excellence des séparatistes québécois. Il est complet, moderne, très lu et parcouru.
La direction du site, son conseil d’administration, vient de prendre position pour le choix du prochain chef du Parti Québécois (PQ). Elle opte pour Pierre Karl Péladeau (PKP), l’ex magnat des médias et député du comté de Saint-Jérôme depuis six mois.
Elle a comme objectif d’obtenir que PKP soit le seul candidat. En somme, elle propose, comme j’expliquais dans mon blog précédent, qu’il soit choisi par le caucus des 29 députés et que cette décision soit soumise à un scrutin par lequel tous les membres du parti seraient appelés à lui manifester leur confiance par un « oui » ou un « non ».
Drôle de façon de choisir un chef pour le PQ qui a toujours été le parti le plus démocratique du Québec. Celui des débats, des résolutions, du respect de toutes les opinions, de l’égalité de tous les membres, des droits de chacun.
Pour atteindre son objectif, elle cherche à convaincre les péquistes, par ses éditoriaux, des qualités de PKP, mais par contre elle s’acharne contre les ex-ministres ou députés qui ont signifié leur intérêt pour briguer les suffrages du leadership.
Parmi ces derniers, il y a :
Bernard Drainville, député depuis 2007, ministre du gouvernement Marois. responsable des institutions démocratiques et du débat sur la charte des valeurs québécoises. Il a un baccalauréat en sciences politiques de l’Université d’Ottawa, une maîtrise en relations internationales du London School of Economics. Sa carrière à Radio-Canada a duré 18 années où il a œuvré sur le plan municipal, provincial, fédéral et même international. Il a 51 ans.
Jean-François Lisée, députée depuis 2012, ministre de Pauline Marois au titre des Relations internationales et du Commerce Extérieur. Il une LLB. a master's degree in communications from UQAM and a degree in journalism training center for journalists in Paris. He was a correspondent in Paris and Washington to Montreal Media and contributor to the magazine News. Advisor first Quebec ministers Jacques Parizeau and Lucien Bouchard, he became CEO of the Centre for Studies and International Research at U of M. Il a 56 year old.
Martine Ouellet, MP since 2010, Minister of Natural Resources for two years from 2012. Mechanical engineer, graduated from McGill University in 1992, she added to her knowledge an MBA from HEC Montreal. She made a career Hydro-Québec to positions increasingly important and prepared, inter alia, a document «& Nbsp; national water policy & nbsp;» which was adopted by the Ministry of Environment of Quebec. While working she engaged in several community and political organizations until his election as MP. Elle a 45 year old.
Alexandre Cloutier, MP since 2007, Minister Marois government to the position of Minister for Canadian Intergovernmental Affairs, constitutional and administrative lawyer, He clerked for a judge of the Supreme Court of Canada and a lecturer at the University of Ottawa. He holds a law degree from the University of Ottawa, a master's degree in constitutional law at the U of M, a master's degree in international law from Cambridge University and a doctorate in constitutional law at Laval University. Il a 37 year old.
Jean-Martin Aussant was a member of 2008 to 2012. He has a background in business economics at Aston Business School English. He earned an MBA from Laval University, an MA in economics from the U of M and a Ph.D. in economic analysis from the University of Barcelona. He began his career with Morgan Stanley Capital International/Barra London. Then he returned to Quebec to get involved in politics. As MP, he left the ranks of the PQ on a question of principle and creates a new party «& Nbsp; options Nationale & nbsp;». MSCB then asked him to join them again. Il accepte, resigns as MP, he went to work in London. The child is 44 year old.
As can be judged, these five potential candidates have a very good education and have successfully completed important tasks in their lives. The PQ is not short of good candidates. It is reasonable that they want to continue serving Quebec and aim to manage his own destiny. & Nbsp;
Yet, the direction of the Vigil calls «& Nbsp; small ambitieux, dreamers, utopistes » at risk «& Nbsp; demolish their credibility and political career if they persisted in wanting to confront PKP & nbsp;». Elle continuous : «& Nbsp; Independence could not be entrusted to amateurs, whimsical, Illusionists, careerists or speeders & nbsp;». «& Nbsp; They play federalists… ».
«& Nbsp; Others argue the need for a debate on party policies, all excuses sewn with white thread to hide petty careerist ambitions and ideological postures revanchist… »
«& Nbsp; All their little personal calculations, these candidates do not see what is the application PKP in the collective imagination of Quebecers & nbsp;». «& Nbsp; They are very disconnected from reality wannabes… attempting to force their hand by insisting on holding a leadership race which it is ensured that they will pay the price ».
«& Nbsp; If they have two sub savvy, they will fade et lui (PKP) give up gracefully & nbsp;». «& Nbsp; Whatever their individual merits, et ils ont and, they are not strong enough to compete against him… ». «& Nbsp; If they had put across the popular will (?)…. they would be the first to suffer & nbsp;».
Management considers necessary Vigil «& Nbsp; do without now futile debates and unnecessary divisions that would only weaken the party. «& Nbsp; Any other outcome would be downright suicidal & nbsp;», she believes, «& Nbsp; both for the party for the people involved & nbsp;».
«& Nbsp; Best Interests (?) Quebec would require that members of the PQ rallied to the strongest candidate and submit the nomination of members of the plebiscite to give the new leader of democratic legitimacy in & nbsp;! »
Then to put the cream on the cake, Officer released his argument hammer & nbsp;: «& Nbsp; PKP stands out as the man of the Providence & nbsp;». Thank you, mon Dieu & nbsp;!
All this seems unreal, ridicule, unfair and does not reflect the interests of the PQ or Quebec. Especially for a fundamentally democratic party like the PQ with members deeply convinced and various policy options.
I know of no leadership convention of a party, past, Quebec City or Ottawa that has hurt the party. On the contrary, on the final result, the party and its new leader climb in polls. Such a conference is an opportunity for all candidates to be well known to the population to the point that those who are defeated stars become positive for the future. As for parts, it gains prestige following a well organized even though the battle was very committed between candidates congress.
Management Vigil using with an arrogant tone of negative qualifiers against the PQ leadership aspirants, swearing in, only fueled the flames of discord in the & nbsp party.;
I was co-president of the Congress leadership of the Progressive Conservative party chose Brian Mulroney. I know the benefits that can bring such an event for a political party, if properly organized.
Quebec deserves the PQ has a good convention, fair and equitable to choose its next leader. Everyone has his chance to shine. If PKP is really the best, it will be chosen. But he «& Nbsp; earns his spurs & nbsp;» without stepping on the feet of others.
Ps. The PQ has just confirmed that the new leader will be chosen by party members. It's good, but it will have to be vigilant to ensure that what is described in this post does not materialize. & nbsp;
Vigil that constantly seek to impose PKP not respecting the other candidates. This website is one of his many collaborators separatist / sovereigntist / separatist and other. It becomes objective and allows everyone to take his place.