Charest remains opposed to a public inquiry
Jean Charest is in damage control. The premier along with his transport and public security ministers met with reporters to respond to a leaked report that alleges there's a network of corruption involving politicians, engineers, government employees, contractors, biker gangs and organized crime.
Charest says no government has done more to fight collusion than his adminstration.
A new poll says 77 per cent of Quebecers want an inquiry and 59 per cent suspect the government has something to hide. We talk with pollster Christian Bourque.