PSPP accepts Sandro Grandi’s apology

The leader of the Parti Québécois (PQ), Paul St-Pierre Plamondon, accepted an apology from Sandro Grande, who was briefly hired by CF Montreal before being fired for his controversial remarks about the sovereignty movement.

“as much as [l’ancienne première ministre Pauline] Marois does not wish to see Mr. Grandi shunned or “canceled”, I feel comfortable, as the leader of our political formation and movement, to accept his apologies and thus allow Mr. Grandi to turn the page “explained the AKP leader on his Facebook page, on Sunday, after a one-hour meeting With Mr. Grande at the PQ offices in Montreal.

He added, “I found in Sandro Grandi a man who was sincere in his apologies and was able to discuss the situation with his family, who have obviously been through a very difficult situation over the past few weeks.”

CF Montreal announced on January 9 the appointment of Sandro Grande as head coach of the reserves, a decision that quickly drew anger due to his previous statements. Mr. Grandi had notably written on social networks that he regretted that the author of the 2012 Metropolis attack did not kill Ms. Marois while she was elected prime minister.
“The only mistake the shooter made last night was I miss his target!!! Marua!!! Next time dude! I hope!”, he posted afterwards.

The Montreal team retracted his designation the next day. The main interested party, he apologized at a press conference Thursday, admitting in passing for the first time that he had indeed written the tweet.
Paul St-Pierre Plamondon, who unleashed the ball of criticism after Sandre Grandi’s appointment, noted that he had expressed concerns about the safety of politicians, who are increasingly under threats.
“We also agreed that once the dust settles, we will carry out joint activities on the topics of preventing hate and promoting democratic, respectful and humane dialogue,” the PQ leader asserted, emphasizing that he hopes the coach “rejoins the community in a role he seems to excel at, that of teaching football.” football for youth.

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In an interview with LCN on Sunday afternoon, Paul St-Pierre Plamondon added that there was a “general desire to turn the page”. We have agreed as a society that separatists, like any other political movement, have a right to security. I will not hide from you that I want to bring Mr. Grande back into our community. The whole story of banishing people, preventing them from making a living, what does it really lead us to? If the apologies are sincere, then there is forgiveness.

Madame Marois has faced many trials. Yes, we can talk about preventing hate online, but also talk about democracy, with all Quebecers,” said Party Quebec leader.
“We always choose as a society where we don’t want to go. We don’t want (the killing) in Quebec the way we see it in the United States. If we don’t want it in Quebec, we have to make choices accordingly.”

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