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Unlike its rivals in Ottawa, the NDP is refusing to take a stand in favour of federalist candidates in the April 7 Quebec election that will determine the fate of the Marois government.

The NDP has a strong following in Quebec’s nationalist electorate, including supporters of sovereigntist parties such as the Parti Québécois and Québec Solidaire, and it is refusing to come out in favour of the province’s more right-wing federalist formations.

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