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Pauline Marois, chief of the Parti Quebecois speaks to her supporters after the elections results announced at the Olympia theater in Montreal, Quebec, Canada in this December 8, 2008 file photo. With separatists in Canada's Quebec province poised to wrest power from the ruling Liberals in the upcoming vote, the real contest is for second place, according to the most recent poll September 2, 2012. After nine years in the opposition, the latest figures show Pauline Marois' Parti Quebecois (PQ) winning with 33 percent of the votes. AFP PHOTO/ ROGERIO BARBOSAROGERIO BARBOSA/AFP/GettyImages
Pauline Marois, chief of the Parti Quebecois speaks to her supporters after the elections results announced at the Olympia theater in Montreal, Quebec, Canada in this December 8, 2008 file photo. With separatists in Canada's Quebec province poised to wrest power from the ruling Liberals in the upcoming vote, the real contest is for second place, according to the most recent poll September 2, 2012. After nine years in the opposition, the latest figures show Pauline Marois' Parti Quebecois (PQ) winning with 33 percent of the votes. AFP PHOTO/ ROGERIO BARBOSAROGERIO BARBOSA/AFP/GettyImages

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