“Conspiracy” and “coup” are the words Paul Quassa chooses when he reflects on his removal from the highest office in the Government of Nunavut.
There were power-hungry cabinet ministers coveting the premier’s seat and MLAs thirsting for a cabinet position, and that’s what led to his downfall, he told Nunavut News.
“I knew there were some who want to be premier, (others) who wanted to become a minister so badly that they would do anything,” Quassa said. Read More
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