AND PLACE OF BIRTH:
1946.07.05 - Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Parti Québécois (PQ).
OF QUEBEC (Premier ministre du Québec):
3 October 1985 - 12 December 1985.
NATIONAL ASSEMBLY (Député):
1987 - Resigned and retired from government 10 November 1987.
1985.12.02 - Anjou - Re-Elected.
1981.04.13 - Anjou - Re-Elected.
1976.11.15 - Anjou - Elected.
Leader of the Official
Opposition (1985.12.12 - 1987.11.10).
QUEBEC PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT:
Minister of Canadian Intergovernmental Affairs (1984.03.05 - 1985.12.12).
Minister of Justice / Attorney General (1984.03.05 - 1985.10.03).
Acting Minister of Cultural Communities and Immigration (1984.11.27
Minister of Social Affairs (1981.04.30 - 1984.03.05).
Minister of Consumers, Co-Operatives and Financial Institutions (1980.11.06
Minister of Labor (1977.07.06 - 1980.11.06).
Candidate for Leader of Parti Québécois, September
1985. First ballot: Elected Leader over five opponents with 56,925
(September 1985 - December 1987). In the 1985 elections, the PQ won
23 seats (loss of 57 seats) and was reduced to Official Opposition status.
Resigned as Leader in December 1987.
Son of Daniel Johnson Sr. (1915-1968), Quebec Premier in 1966-68 and
leader of the conservative l'Union Nationale party in 1961-68.
Brother of Daniel Johnson Jr. (1944-), Quebec Premier in 1994 and Leader
of the Parti Libéral du Québec in 1994-98.
nationale du Québec: Pierre-Marc Johnson