Members of the Québécois party will meet on Saturday to reveal the defeat of the losing party in the October general election.
Former leader Jean-Francois Lisée is among those who are expected to attend the meeting of the president of the horse riding and members of the executive party in Montreal.
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Parti Québécois won only 17 percent of the vote and lost his official status after winning only 10 seats.
Lisée lost his seat in the Montreal city of Rosemont, who drove the candidate from the extreme left of the Québec solidaire.
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The provisional party leader Pascal Bérubé and the party's chairman will speak at today's meeting.