So how many seats will you win, Mr. Duceppe?
Despite an apparent surge in support for the Bloc Québécois in the closing stretch of the campaign, Gilles Duceppe refuses to make any predictions on what might happen election night.
Duceppe was grilled on the subject during a brief interview on the French-language TVA network. When asked how many seats he thinks the Bloc will win, Duceppe said, "We want to win as many seats as possible."
"What does that mean? More seats than you got last time?" Pierre Bruneau, the anchor pressed.
"That means we want to win as many seats as possible, and stop the Conservatives from winning a majority," Duceppe said, with a smile that betrayed an acknowledgement he was dodging the question. Again.
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