Like Premier Pauline Marois yesterday, CAQ leader François Legault accused Liberal leader Philippe Couillard of trying to create a diversion with his request that all party leaders make their financial statements public.
Nonetheless, Legault announced at a press conference Wednesday, that he would make his and his wife's assets public, saying he doesn't want his integrity called into question.
Marois announced Tuesday that she would not comply with Couillard's request.
Following reports that UPAC had met with the Liberals and the PQ, Legault said Quebecers will "wake up with a headache" after the election if they vote for the them because of their corruption ties, which will continue to unfold.
“There's nobody that can be cleaner than me, I have no skeletons in my closet, for the other ones we don’t know,” Legault said.
Legault added that PQ ministers and MNAs were pressured to fulfill fundraising quotas, when he was a member of the party, saying he was asked to raise $80 000.
The PQ has long condemned the Liberals for having once required their ministers to raise $100 000 each.
Legault had originally called the press conference to announce, again, that a vote for his party is a vote for a Charter of Values.
He says if elected his party will quickly table a charter because the majority of French-speaking Quebecers want rules to protect their culture.