It's not quite a day late and a dollar short, but it's close.
La Presse columnist Denis Lessard writes in today's edition that in his heart the former Minister Responsible for Anglophone Relations Jean-François Lisée was against most of the provisions of the Charter of Values which would have prohibited government employees from wearing religious symbols on the job.
Lessard says there was a high degree of tension on the issue between Lisée and the architect of the bill, Minister responsible for Democratic Institutions Bernard Drainville.
He also says that there were members of the caucus who considered the bill indefensible if challenged in court.
During the campaign Pauline Marois made it clear that if the Charter was struck down in a Supreme Court challenge she would not hesitate to invoke the notwithstanding clause to have it upheld.
Liberal leader Philippe Couillard says he will reveal the legal opinion obtained by the PQ once his government is in place.