Quebec 21 has accused the administration Labeaume of “lack of transparency” in the framework of the meetings of citizens virtual project office of the network structuring of public transport.
An information meeting, which has not been publicly announced earlier, took place on Tuesday night with citizens of Limoilou. This meeting was particularly so in the sight of the official opposition in the city hall of Quebec City.
“This is not normal that we do not know when, or who are encountered on the project of the tram. Some of the people in the Vieux-Limoilou had a meeting on Tuesday evening, and nobody, outside of the citizens affected, could not know. This is not to be transparent”, regretted Jean-François Gosselin, head of Quebec’s 21, Wednesday, late morning, by way of a press release.
According to him, “several meetings have been held in recent weeks with small groups of citizens, although we do not know what is being said. This prevents us from doing our work, and to the press who may not report information to the public”.
Mr. Gosselin’s request as well as the calendar of the upcoming meetings be made public and that all citizens and groups who wish to can take part.
At the time of this writing, as of late Tuesday morning, the office of the mayor Labeaume had not yet reacted to this output.