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Pauline Marois

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I can assure you the hemorrhaging has stopped. I asked remaining caucus members if they adhered to the party program, if they would stay in the PQ and that they would be by my side. They all said yes.

— Pauline Marois

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I feel like saying we need to all calm down a little. Let's take the time to breathe. I have no intention of allowing myself be distracted.

— Pauline Marois

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My victory is your victory. My victory is the victory of a unified party, a party that wants to propose to the Quebec people a country that is free and a country that is independent.

— Pauline Marois

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One of the ways to make sure policies are more transparent and to help restore people's confidence in politicians... is to ensure renewal at the highest level of office.

— Pauline Marois

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Sovereignty is as necessary as ever.

— Pauline Marois

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We have a beautiful program which is audacious and I really want us all to roll up our sleeves and to work at making it a success.

— Pauline Marois

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We want a country. and we will get it, our country.

— Pauline Marois

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About Pauline Marois

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18 per cent of the 33156 Charlevoix voters turning up at the advance poll and an overall turnout of about 58%. After moving to Montreal in July Pauline Marois pursued a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree from HEC Montréal where Pauline Marois took two classes with economist Jacques Parizeau. Metropolis shooting

While Pauline Marois was giving her victory speech a man named as Richard Henry Bain attempted to enter from the side door of the Métropolis.

After accepting political jobs in ministerial offices Pauline Marois was first elected as a member of the National Assembly in 1981. After being defeated as a PQ candidate in La Peltrie in the 1985 general election and in a by-election in 1988 Pauline Marois was elected as the member for Taillon in the 1989 general election. She was instrumental in crafting policies to end confessional school boards in the public education system Pauline Marois restructured the tuition system in post-secondary education implemented Canada's first subsidized daycare program and slaPauline Maroisd the Quebec deficit under Premier Bouchard's "deficit zero" agenda.

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