The Marois government is still trying to decide what to do with Andre Boisclair.
Boisclair was recalled from his position as Quebec's delegate-general in New York late last month, over allegations from the CAQ's Jacques Duchesneau, linking Boisclair to his admitted cocaine use in the past and a $2 million dollar contract awarded to a suspected gang member in the days before the 2003 election.
Liberal leader Philippe Couillard says at an annual salary of $175 thousand, Boisclair should be doing some form of work.
The Minister Responsible for External Commerce Jean-François Lisée says they are working on finding something for Boisclair in Montreal , and a decision should be made soon, but he also said that Boisclair would not be re-instated as the delegate-general in New York.
For his part Boisclair has served notice that he intends to sue Duchesneau and the CAQ.