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Stéphane Bergeron est le nouveau whip du Parti québécois

A campaign sign for Parti Quebecois legislator Stephane Bergeron is posted in the Quebec town of Varennes August 17, 2012. Less than two decades ago, in perhaps the most traumatic moment in modern Canadian history, the predominantly French-speaking province of Quebec came within a hair's breadth of voting for independence. And while another vote may still be years away separatist sentiment is back on the agenda as opposition party Parti Quebecois, dedicated to carving Canada into two, heads for victory in the September 4 provincial election. Picture taken August 17, 2012. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS)
A campaign sign for Parti Quebecois legislator Stephane Bergeron is posted in the Quebec town of Varennes August 17, 2012. Less than two decades ago, in perhaps the most traumatic moment in modern Canadian history, the predominantly French-speaking province of Quebec came within a hair's breadth of voting for independence. And while another vote may still be years away separatist sentiment is back on the agenda as opposition party Parti Quebecois, dedicated to carving Canada into two, heads for victory in the September 4 provincial election. Picture taken August 17, 2012. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS)

Le député de Verchères occupera désormais les fonctions de whip en chef de l'opposition officielle, Harold LeBel ayant décidé de quitter cette fonction. M. Bergeron conserve ses fonctions de porte-parole du PQ en matière de relations Québec-Canada et de Francophonie d'Amérique, et de responsable de la région de l'Outaouais.

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