Louis Bernard

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Louis Bernard, OQ (born 27 July 1937)[1] is a Québécois politician and former public servant.

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Louis Bernard is a former Chief of Staff to Parti Québécois Premier René Lévesque and former Secretary general of the Government to Parti Québécois Premiers Réne Lévesque and Jacques Parizeau. He entered the Parti Québécois leadership election in 2005 and placed fourth with 5.5% of the vote which was won on the first ballot by André Boisclair.

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  1. ^ "Canadian Who's Who Search". Grey House Publishing Canada. 

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