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Thursday, November 17, 2005
New Parti Québécois Leader André Boisclair got an early taste Wednesday of the battering he will receive from Liberal opponents over his use of cocaine while in government.

Several federal and provincial Liberal politicians attacked Mr. Boisclair, saying he does not have the moral authority to serve in many cabinet posts, let alone be premier of Quebec or lead the province to independence.

“Could Mr. Boisclair be minister of public security tomorrow morning?” asked Economic Development Minister Claude Béchard.

“Could he be minister of justice? The answer is no, so at the end of the line can he be premier of Quebec? It's the same answer: We don't think so.

“It was up to PQ members to look at it. Now it will be up to all Quebeckers to look at it.”

During the PQ leadership race that ended Tuesday night with a first-ballot victory for Mr. Boisclair, his fellow Péquiste opponents avoided attacking him for consuming the illegal drug while serving as a cabinet minister.

Quebec Liberals train sights on Boisclair
Globe & Mail
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