"She picks the error-prone Curzi over the experienced Beaudoin"
... When Parti Québécois leader Pauline Marois announced the official
opposition shadow cabinet last Friday, it was surprising to see that
she had not replaced Pierre Curzi as language critic with Louise
Beaudoin was the minister responsible for language in the Bouchard
government from 1995 to 1998. It might have seemed much longer to
anglophones on whom she made such an impression that more than 10 years
later, she remains the Péquiste they most love to hate ...
Curzi, on the other hand, was recruited by Marois's predecessor as
leader, André Boisclair. A member of the National Assembly since only
2007, he lacks Beaudoin's experience and her political instincts, and
in his first term was prone to error ...