Race to the leadership of the CCP: two nominations have been confirmed, Charest interested

Course à la direction du PCC: deux candidatures confirmées, Charest intéressé

The former prime minister of Quebec, Jean Charest, has confirmed the Duty of his interest to the management of the PCC. The news had been reported by Radio-Canada first, and then The canadian Press then.

19 December 2019 17: 00

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Race to the leadership of the CCP: two nominations have been confirmed, Charest interested

Catherine Lévesque

The canadian Press

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OTTAWA — A militant enthusiastic is the second person to publicly announce that he will run for the leadership of the conservative Party of Canada (CPC).

Rodolphe Husny, who was a conservative candidate in 2011 and in 2015, in Outremont, confirms that he intends to be on the ranks to try to succeed Andrew Scheer.

Mr. Husny, who worked in the office of Mr. Scheer again last week, is said to have informed his chief of his decision.

Bilingual, aware of the needs of the activists and the party, which he considers to have the skills necessary to be a candidate.

His name is added to that of Bryan Brulotte, a political organizer and businessman, who has also confirmed in recent days that he intends to run in the leadership race.

Other names more known should quickly be eclipsed.

The former prime minister of Quebec, Jean Charest, has confirmed to the Duty of his interest to the management of the PCC. The news had been reported by Radio-Canada first, and then The canadian Press then.

Politicians of the West also want to see the old chief interim curator, Rona Ambrose, to start in the race.

Mr. Scheer announced last week that he would resign, but that he would remain as acting leader until the election of his successor.

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