During the second debate, several exchanges between the five leaders of the main political parties marked the minds of listeners. Here are some of the best quotes from the night.
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1. First, an exchange between Gabriel-Nadeau Dubois and François Legault.
“Stop wanting to scare people, you are “taking out the Halloween decorations”, launched the co-spokesperson for Québec solidaire.
The outgoing prime minister replies: “You live in Wonderland.”
2. “It takes more nurses (…) But at some point, no one here can do magic”, Legault.
3. Speaking of the pandemic, François Legault calls Duhaime “agitator” and “irresponsible”.
“How many more elders were you willing to sacrifice?” he asks. “I will not go as low as you,” replies Duhaime, accusing the outgoing Prime Minister of having sacrificed young people…
4. “Rooms at 1 million dollars, we won’t have the means to pay that to everyone,” said tit for tat the leader of the PCQ, Éric Duhaime.
5. At the last debate, François Legault accused Éric Duhaime of having “fired in the boat” during the pandemic.
“In the environment, that’s exactly what you do,” said Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois, pointing to the chief caquist.
6. During the first environmental segment, the co-spokesperson for Québec solidaire said: “We’ve been pelting the problem forward for decades in Quebec”.
According to him, we must not wait until 2050, we must act more quickly.
7. Gabriel Nadeau Dubois defended Liberal leader Dominique Anglade when she was cut off by François Legault.
“Let her speak,” he wrote to the chief caquiste.
8. “The presence of the private sector in the health system is increasing […] That’s a 52% increase in 40 years. If the private, in health, it worked, we would know, ”said the solidarity leader, Nadeau-Dubois.
“If the socialist worked in terms of health, we would know,” replies Éric Duhaime.