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Legault: Change Legault and Majority Government

legault: Fran ois Legault is banking on the concept of change, according to National Observer. Legault is the leader of the populist Coalition Avenir Qu bec party, which currently holds 21 seats in Quebec's National Assembly and is considered to be the front-runner in the race to win the Oct. 1 provincial election, according to a L ger poll for daily newspaper Le Journal de Montr al and the LCN television news network that was released last Saturday. The Liberal leader, elected to form a majority government in 2014, was the only one out of four to be greeted with boos and jeers. ; After 15 years of Liberal government, people want change, explains Concordia political science professor Daniel Sal e. On Friday, representatives from the four parties were gathered at Concordia University for a special discussion organized by non-profit l'Institut du Nouveau Monde. They wanted answers from politicians about the issues that keep them up at night. It brought together several hundred young Quebecers between the ages of 18 and 35, who now make up one of the largest voting blocks in the province. ( As reported in the news.