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February 02, 2006


Simon Pole

What connection does Dion have to constitutional wrangles of the past? I may have missed something, but I don't think he figured in them at all. Dion was brought into the government I believe specifically to fight separatism or sovereignty. As far as I can tell, he did this through argument and intergovernmental affairs.

I don't think he has any contitutional baggage from the past, apart from being a Liberal.


No, but he has basically and vociferously endorsed all of their ideological positions and is one of the fathers of Plan B.


That alone is enough to disqualify him in mainstream Québec federalist circles.

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