West Island CAQuiste Paola Hawa eager to explore party’s stance
By Robert Frank
final position Bill 14, Sainte Anne de Bellevue municipal councilor Paola Hawa
told The Suburban in an interview
that she forsees that “there is still some fine tuning that could take place.”
municipalities and on military families,” enthused Hawa, who ran unsuccessfully
on the West Island for the CAQ during last year’s provincial election.
[CAQ leader François Legault] recognizes that certain jobs require the
incumbent to be bilingual, but does that mean that the person who works on the
warehouse floor needs to be bilingual?” she asked.
representatives have spoken out unequivocally against Bill 14. Hawa said that
CAQ’s ultimate stance remains to be seen, and that she is looking forward to
discussing it with fellow delegates during CAQ’s upcoming province-wide confab
next week in Boucherville, March 23-24.
will be a lot of sharing of ideas and opinions with my colleagues. We will
examining where we are going, in what direction, and determine whether this is
our final position, or if it can be massaged a bit.”
Liberal legislators during the past two weeks, that the Parti québécois is
trying to divide Quebecers in order to achieve its political objectives.
vivendi before this,” she explained. “Nobody was happy with the situation,
but nobody was angry. This is unnecessarily bringing forward a chicane. For what purpose, really?”
be better instead to be discussing something that affects our day-to-day,
in-our-pocket livelihood?” Hawa concluded.
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