|42nd Quebec Legislature|
|Leader of the|
|Government||Coalition Avenir Québec|
|Third parties||Québec solidaire|
|Members||125 MNA seats|
6 February 1952 – present
|J. Michel Doyon|
24 September 2015 – present
Cabinet ministers are in bold, party leaders are in italic and the president of the National Assembly is marked with a †.
Standings changes since the 42nd general election
|Number of members
per party by date
|Oct 2||Oct 4||Oct 5||Dec 10||Mar 11||Aug 30||Dec 2|
|Coalition Avenir Québec||74||75||76|
|Membership changes in the 42nd Assembly|
|October 1, 2018||See list of members||Election day of the 42nd Quebec general election|
|October 4, 2018||Philippe Couillard||Roberval||Quebec Liberal Party||Resignation from the Assembly|
|October 5, 2018||Guy Ouellette||Chomedey||Quebec Liberal Party||Expulsion from the Liberal Party caucus|
|December 10, 2018||Nancy Guillemette||Roberval||CAQ||Elected in by-election|
|March 11, 2019||Catherine Fournier||Marie-Victorin||Parti Québécois||Leaves the Parti Québécois caucus to become independent, due of her worrying the party's future would not survive for future elections, and lack of actual commitment to the sovereigntist movement.|
|August 30, 2019||Sebastien Proulx||Jean-Talon||Quebec Liberal Party||Resignation from the Assembly|
|December 13, 2019||Joëlle Boutin||Jean-Talon||CAQ||Elected in by-election|
Notes and references
- Pascal Bérubé is interim leader of the Parti québécois.
- Pierre Arcand is interim leader of the Quebec Liberal Party.
- "PQ may have no future, youth wing members say in open letter". The Canadian Press. March 11, 2019. Retrieved March 19, 2019.
- "'They've lost their way': PQ MNA Catherine Fournier quits party". CTV Montreal. March 11, 2019. Retrieved March 19, 2019.
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