April 20, 2020 •
Quebec National Assembly Extends Adjournment
On April 17, the Quebec National Assembly extended its adjournment until May 5 because of the continuing COVID-19 pandemic.
The Assembly had agreed on March 17 to adjourn parliamentary business until April 21.
At the time, the leaders of the four parliamentary groups left open the option to recommend to the President of the National Assembly to extend the adjournment beyond April 21.
Lawmakers plan to hold four virtual committee sessions.
These will allow MPs and members of the opposition groups to exchange views with members of the executive.
These committee sessions will be held between April 24 and May 1.
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