Crisis in Quebec solidarity | Two close collaborators of Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois resign

Crisis in Quebec solidarity | Two close collaborators of Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois resign
Crisis in Quebec solidarity | Two close collaborators of Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois resign

(Quebec) Two employees at the Québec solidaire (QS) office and close collaborators of parliamentary leader and co-spokesperson Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois resign.


Published yesterday at 5:23 p.m.

Gabrielle Brais-Harvey, who held the position of director of communications, as well as Keena Grégoire, who assumed the role of deputy general manager, resigned on Friday. Contacted by The PressQuébec solidaire confirmed the information.

“We took note of the resignation of the director of communications and the deputy director general of the office on Friday afternoon. Mme Brais-Harvey and Mr. Grégoire have contributed with heart and energy to our party for many years, whether as activists or employees. They were dedicated to rooting ideas and the solidarity project across Quebec and helped us bring our organization to where it is today. We wish them the best of luck in their future projects,” declared Myriam Fortin, general director of the office.

These two new departures add to the week of crisis that the party is going through, which lost its female co-spokesperson Émilise Lessard-Therrien on Monday. By resigning from her post, the former member for Rouyn-Noranda–Témiscamingue pointed to “a small team of professionals. THE. s woven tightly around” its male counterpart.

After the departure of Mme Lessard-Therrien, another person involved in the national coordinating committee (CCN) of Québec solidaire, where the co-spokespersons sit, had also resigned. Élisabeth Labelle, who has been acting in charge of liaison with local associations since January, left her position earlier this week to “free her voice” and give an overview of the issues that undermine work in this strategic location. party.

“We felt that the discussions were taking place elsewhere, that we had arrived at certain conclusions and that we had made decisions which were presented to us so that we could adopt them. The objective was to adopt the proposals to move forward,” she explained to The Press.

Québec solidaire also confirmed Thursday that the member for Sherbrooke, Christine Labrie, was named interim female co-spokesperson, while time to organize a new race which must end next fall.

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