Pour un Québec lucide

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Pour un Québec lucide (in English, For a clear sighted vision of Quebec) is a manifesto signed by 12 prominent Quebecers, including former premier Lucien Bouchard. Published on October 19, 2005, the manifesto tackled issues facing modern Quebec, highlighting Quebec's fiscal problems and promoting unpopular solutions including raising university tuition and electricity rates.[1] The manifesto was met by a counter-manifesto, Pour un Québec Solidaire, whose authors went on to found the Québec solidaire political party.[2]