Well, I don't want to burst your bubble but,
Although the "partie Quebecois" who is the leading party for the 2012 provincial election, only won enough seats to form a minority government ie: In
a parliamentary system this means that they can recommend their ideas on the economy, education, familly, and so on... BUT they must have 50+1% of the
ministers agree with their views and a MAJORITY government has 50+1 but not this time
Currently, the pie is sliced more or less in three parts with a few small crumbs around the slices, those few small crumbs can attach themselves to a
slice and make it that much bigger, its the +1 in 50+1. La CAQ which is a party comprised of X separatists who are that crumb that can make a that
As far as the educational system is concerned in the
a tuition hike
was ordered which was strongly protested and the public won sort
. This time around, the same thing happened. Who will pick up the bill? Eventually, once again, the public through direct or other taxations.
That's what will happen, buts that's another thread. Ok! Yay for that!, ALSO, It is not all rosy and pink, this party' primary objective is to
separate Quebec from the rest of Canada ,which I don't agree with.
My mother tongue is French and English my second language (technically), I was able to speak both ever since I can remember. This party is staunchly
advocating French and instilling fear about English taking over and the English in Quebec are advocating the inverse. They are right in a way, but
still instilling fear creating division.
I do believe it is a victory for the student (kind of see above), but the "partie quebecois"' primary agenda is scary. Maybe separating won't be so
bad since the rest of Canada will not have the burden of our debt or we get to keep our wealth (unless we are forced to make a new currency). Yup! I
feel stable right now!
edit on 23-9-2012 by bitsforbytes because: cause I can!
I live in Quebec tabarnak!
edit on 23-9-2012 by bitsforbytes because: tabarnak