"A major political gaffe. He's in danger of paying a high political price," tweeted former ADQ leader an current political pundit Mario Dumont.
That remark spread like wildfire on social media websites, prompting plenty of anger and denunciations.
the Plan Nord.
Student discontent reached a violent new peak Friday when anti government protesters tried, but failed, to disrupt the opening of a weekend symposium for the Charest government's much touted northern development plan, Air Max 95 Ultra Jacquard Green
Montreal police used tear gas, pepper spray and stun grenades to deal with the protesters, who responded by Nike Air Max 95 Pony
"The Salon Plan Nord is already so popular, people are coming from everywhere to get in," Charest quipped as audience members laughed.
And Fran Legault, the head of the Coalition Avenir Qu party, denounced the comments, and demanded Charest apologize for them. He also called for the premier to call a summit meeting with the students. "Do you know any leaders that make jokes while there's a riot going on?" Legault asked.
A pair of student marches converged on the Nike 95 Air Max Cheap Palais des Congr by about noon, and that's when the cat and mouse game between riot police and demonstrators began in earnest.
The weekend event at the convention centre also served as a job fair for those looking to become a part of the Plan Nord, an ambitious plan to develop a 1.2 million square kilometre stretch of the Quebec's far north over the next 25 years. The protesters aren't impressed.
And then, he proceeded to make light of the disruptions outside.
"This Plan Nord project is really a plan of piracy, of misappropriation of public funds," says a statement by the radical student group CLASSE on its website.
Premier Jean Charest himself was at the convention centre, opening it with a speech, which was delayed about 45 minutes because of the protests outside.
After touting the merits of his cherished Plan Nord, Charest made reference to the protests that were going outside. At one point, he denounced the social disruption as "unacceptable," and vehemently denounced the destruction of property and the death threats made to some members of his cabinet.
throwing rocks, bricks traffic cones, and even flower pots back. They also smashed windows at the convention centre and other places, smeared buildings with red paint, and at one point, police report they were throwing rocks off an overpass and onto cars passing along the Ville Marie Air Max Infrared Black
Charest discontent reaches violent new peak
Expressway. No one was hurt, and police managed to step in and put a stop to that before anyone did get hurt.
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