Alexandre Cusson formally launches Liberal management marketing campaign

Quebec Municipalities Union (UMQ) president Alexandre Cusson speaks after signing a fiscal pact with the Quebec authorities on the legislature in Quebec Metropolis on October 30, 2019.

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Quebec Liberal Party leadership candidate Alexandre Cusson proposed nationalizing the province’s consuming water and vowed to lift his celebration’s moral requirements, if he’s picked to succeed Philippe Couillard.


The mayor of Drumondville, who beforehand served as president of l’Union des municipalités du Québec, formally launched his management marketing campaign Sunday in Quebec Metropolis.

Talking in entrance of a handful of activists, he addressed two of his pet points.

He mentioned it was unacceptable that bottlers solely pay a complete of $150,000 in royalties to the province for his or her use of its consuming water.


Cusson additionally mentioned he’d like to call a head of ethics and compliance for the celebration and proposed solely recruiting new candidates by means of open choice processes.

As chief, Cusson mentioned he’d be certain that not less than 40 per cent of the Liberal candidates within the province’s subsequent election are girls.

The Quebec Liberal Get together will elect its new leader in May.


For the time being, the one different particular person within the working is MNA Dominique Anglade.