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Dave L. May 2, 2012
The case of a judge who steps over the mandate for independence and impartiality that he himself had set.
The Chief Justice of the Québec Superior Court just committed a gaffe… Indeed, he who just a few months ago said that “a judge cannot, because of his obligation to be impartial, participate in public debate”, now states that Justice Minister Jean-Marc Fournier must intervene to support the injunctions ordering students back to the classroom. What happens when the lines blur between the judiciary, the executive and the legislative?
Gabrielle Duchaine June 8, 2012
After stirring up public debate by forcing his classmates to return to school with the first injunction of the student conflict, the “green square” Laurent Proulx has finally dropped the course of anthropology at Laval University for which he fought in court.
Ironically, the student in favor of higher tuition pleads lack of money in justify his decision. Student associations he brought to court were stunned. “It is appalling,” said Martin Boneau, the president of the student confederation from Laval University (CADEUL). “It his hard to understand considering all the time and money put into an affair that was apparently urgent.” Jérémie Tremblay, spokesperson for the association of Social Science Student, is dumbfounded: “He created a real commotion. He contributed to the polarization of the debate and the deterioration of the climate in our faculty.”