Marwah Rizqy takes a 'mental break from the trolls' from Twitter

Marwah Rizqy takes a & laquo; mental break from Twitter trolls

Saint-Laurent MPP Marwah Rizqy

Normally very active on social media, MP Marwah Rizqy takes a break from Twitter . His account was recently hacked.

“I'm fine”, assures Ms. Rizqy in an Instagram post. “Last week my Twitter account was hacked. This is settled. However, I am taking a mental break from the trolls. ”

Marwah Rizqy takes a

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Official opposition spokesperson for education, Marwah Rizqy regularly criticizes government decisions on Twitter, especially those of Minister Jean-François Roberge. Education is a particularly hot topic at the moment, as students return to class on January 17th.

Among the Liberals, it is estimated that schools are poorly prepared for the start of the new school year which will take place next week. We regret that the vaccine effort is late, and that the screening strategy “no longer works”.

“You have the impression of being on a boat without a rudder and without a compass,” says chef Dominique Anglade. I ask François & nbsp; Legault to take back control of the management of the pandemic. I also ask him to consolidate the scientific and medical depth in the crisis unit by adding new independent players. “

Return demanded from the National Assembly

In this context, the Liberals would have liked some of the elected officials to sit exceptionally in the National Assembly this week.

Like the general population, the opposition parties learn about the health measures in force during the government press conferences. While the National Assembly takes a break until February, it is impossible for them to challenge the decisions of the 'State or to make suggestions in the public square.

The Liberals believe in particular that the government could have been clearer with regard to screening in the center. Since the start of the week, access to it has been limited to a handful of Quebecers, while the general population is being asked to favor rapid tests.

Monday, Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois also called for the National Assembly to sit exceptionally. “François Legault refuses to convene the National Assembly despite the critical situation in our hospitals. Either he's afraid of being held accountable or he thinks he's above it. Whatever the case, this is not how we are going to get out of it collectively, ”launches the spokesperson for Québec solidaire.

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