At this point, François Legault is just giving away the game.
The rarely-used constitutional clause allows governments to opt out of court decisions. Many have long argued it was a disaster waiting to happen.
It didn't win, but the socialist party tripled its seat count in an election that was anti-establishment.
François Legault promised to invoke the notwithstanding clause to ensure it happens.
François Legault's Coalition Avenir Québec has four years of majority government ahead of it.
This puts an end to the almost uninterrupted reign of the Liberal Party since 2003.
Voters cast ballots today in a race that has been too close to call.
“Quebecers are tired of choosing between the status quo and an imaginary country,” Francois Legault, leader of the Coalition Avenir Québec, said on Wednesday.