Charest's Liberals won 66 of the 125 seats in tne National Assembly, up from 48 in the last election. The far-right ADQ went from 41 seats to 7 seats And Quebec Solidaire won its first seat.
For an analysis of what all this means for progressives in Quebec, we speak with Andrea Levy. She worked on Amir Khadir's winning campaign and is amember of the Canadian Dimension editorial board.
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