Former PQ cabinet minister Serge Menard is blasting friend and foe alike for their reaction to the report he wrote on Quebec's Maple Spring.
Menard led a commission that looked at what prompted months of tuition demonstrations and the police handling of them.
His report faulted police for being too rigid in their response and for using plastic bullets. His report also said the Charest government didn't put enough effort into finding a negotiated solution to the tuition crisis.
Menard says the new Liberals under Philippe Couillard are trying to shelve his recommendations and his former PQ colleagues didn't even do him the courtesy of reading the report to the end before damning it with faint praise.