“We have to be guarded constantly against populism”, former Quebec Premier discusses the role of “democratic virtues” in politics today - The Democracy Project
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“We have to be guarded constantly against populism”, former Quebec Premier discusses the role of “democratic virtues” in politics today

“Democratic virtues” such as respect, tolerance, transparency are essential within public policy and the political sphere says Pierre-Marc Jonson, former Premier of Quebec.  He was giving an address at the Public Policy Forum’s 2019 Testimonial Dinners & Awards as an award honouree.

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