Lisée loses assistant chief of staff over Charter

Christine Fréchette
Radio-Canada

Jean-Francois Lisée's assistant chief of staff has quit because of the Quebec Charter of Values.

Christine Fréchette quit Friday, according to La Presse, because she could not defend the Charter.

She stayed on the job over the last few months because she was hoping that during the parliamentary commission, the party would tone down the rhetoric. Instead, it is launching an election and hoping for a majority so the charter can become law.

Frechette is quoted saying the Charter will be an important part of the campaign and she isn't comfortable defending it.

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  1. joeN posted on 03/05/2014 08:04 AM
    Finally someone with scruples. Let's hope it spreads like the flu!
  2. clint posted on 03/05/2014 11:18 AM
    Dr.P.C. should be on the phone with her.
  3. George73 posted on 03/05/2014 02:08 PM
    Guess she finally found out which of his two faces was real.
  4. ric posted on 03/05/2014 02:25 PM
    BRAVO for standing up for what's right!!!
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