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A Brief History

In 1979, the National Assembly of Québec and the French National Assembly signed an interparliamentary cooperation agreement (PDF, 48 KB) (in French). The agreement created the France-Québec Interparliamentary Committee (CIFQ), which generally meets once a year, alternating between Québec and France. These meetings give the two delegations the opportunity to adopt resolutions, which include a series of recommendations intended for the French and Québec governments.

Since its creation, the CIFQ has examined subjects of mutual interest such as immigrant integration, funding for higher education, preservation of biodiversity, student dropout and artificial intelligence.

Caroline Côté

On August 28, 2022, the Lieutenant-Governor dissolved the National Assembly. The call for an election ended the 42nd Legislature.

When a legislature is dissolved, MNAs, whose terms coincide with the duration of the legislature, cease to hold office. The President and Vice-president stay in office until they are replaced or reappointed by the new Assembly.

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Comité directeur au moment de la dissolution

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