"To save the PQ, we have to change the PQ," said Drainville, calling for the party's "renewal." And Bérubé said that in his consultation, "everything will be on the table," including the PQ's newly adopted policy on achieving sovereignty.
So this is how the PQ does things now: in reverse. Give the leader a confidence vote, then challenge the leader. Adopt the program, then consult the people. Hold the convention, then act as though it never happened.
The PQ isn't marching toward sovereignty. It's moonwalking.