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Legault: I Answer and Immigration

legault: I am not perfect, Legault said directly to Liberal Leader Philippe Couillard in Thursday's televised debate, according to Vancouver Courier. It happens, I make mistakes, when I answer certain questions on immigration. The question of immigration has dogged Legault over the past couple of weeks and he has seen his party's lead in the polls slowly vanish since the start of the campaign.article continues below Trending Stories It's raining dead birds in Metro Vancouver Meetings in the works to address 'sorriest' bus stop in Metro Vancouver Richmond's off-street prostitution rings highlighted by deportation case Manny Sobral His answers to questions about how immigrants who fail a French test would be expelled from Quebec have not been clear and his opponents have jumped on his stance to paint him as heartless toward newcomers. I listen, and I correct my mistakes. But he did brandish a new line that he subsequently used two more times during the debate. Legault didn't specify exactly what he was talking about, nor did he renounce his position that newcomers should be forced to pass a French and values test if they want to stay in the province and become a citizen. ( As reported in the news.