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The latest revision of Quebec’s electoral map began in 2008 and should have taken less than a year, yet the sad saga continues. Quebec law is clear: this is the task of an independent agency, the Commission de la Représentation Électorale (CRE). However, every effort by the CRE to carry out its mandate to make district boundaries reflect population trends has been stymied by the delaying tactics of both the governing Liberals and the opposition Parti Québécois.

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