Quebec premier to prorogue legislature, with new session starting Oct. 19 – Montreal
Quebec Premier François Legault says he’ll prorogue the province’s legislature and a brand new session will start Oct. 19.
Legault made the announcement Thursday afternoon in a information launch, however the determination have to be permitted by his cupboard and it received’t be official till it’s proclaimed by the lieutenant-governor.
The premier says it’s time to start planning for what’s to come back after the COVID-19 pandemic.
The brand new session will start with a speech from the throne, which can define the federal government’s priorities for the ultimate months of its present mandate. A provincial election should happen on or earlier than Oct. 3, 2022.
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Prorogation ends work on all payments earlier than the legislature, although the federal government can deliver again laws it considers important and decide up the place it left off.
This would be the first time a Quebec premier has prorogued the legislature since Jean Charest used the procedural mechanism in February 2011.
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