Serge Ménard reacts to criticism of special commission
The spring of 2013 has been quiet on the streets of Quebec cities. Quite unlike last spring, when nightly protests pitted students against riot police, for months on end. It all started because of opposition to the government's plan to increase tuition fees. But it spread and grew, until the government brought in special legislation to quell demonstrations. Now a special commission has been set up to examine what happened. But it too is the subject of criticism.
Former PQ minister and Bloc MP, Serge Ménard, is the commission's chair, and he joins us this morning.
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