Josée Legault, The Gazette, 18 avril 2008
La journaliste rapporte le laissez-faire du gouvernement actuel en matière linguistique et dénonce la politisation de l'OQLF.
«With the backdrop of the 2006 census showing that French is losing ground on the Island of Montreal, the Charest government continues to remain unfazed.
With this laissez-faire attitude, it’s no surprise that even though Language Minister Christine St-Pierre has shown herself incapable of handling this complex question, she remains in place.
Still, as bad as her tenure has been, Boucher is but one more sign of how shockingly politicized the OQLF has become over the years - leaving Quebecers and MNAs ill-informed about the status of French and consequently, about any action that needs to be taken.
In my March 7 column, I repeated what I’ve been saying for years : The OQLF must be made independent of the government and answerable only to the National Assembly. Its president, now named by the premier, must also be chosen by the Assembly for reasons of competence, not political affiliation.»
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