attacked by Total, Jadot confirms his accusations of “complicity in a war crime”.

9am: Alexis Corbière wants to limit abstinence, ‘one of the keys to getting Mélenchon into the 2nd round’

17 days before the first round of voting, sociologists expect 30% abstentions on April 10 next year. “I want the number of participants to increase, this is one of the keys that can allow Jean-Luc Mélenchon to reach the second round, and why not win it in two weeks if there is a high turnout. Popular,” predicts the rebellious deputy of the Seine. -Saint-Denis at the BFM TV/RMC microphone.

8:43 am: Jadot was attacked by Total for “defamation” and continues to accuse him of “complicity in a war crime”.

“Total” is fully aware of the war crimes that are committed in Ukraine, which, through its activities, contributes to the financing of groups closely associated with this war, and therefore is called complicity againstrhyme war”, Yannick Jadot justifies himself in front of the Franceinfo microphone. The environmentalist candidate, attacked by the group for “defamation” over these remarks, denounces the “cynicism of Mr. Pouyanne,” Total’s CEO, “who tells us about his employees with a sob in his voice.” “Mr Pouyanne is angry about this war on behalf of his shareholders,” he accuses.

8:38 am: Zemmour’s “Ministry of Remigration” “seems downright delusional” to Jordan Bardella.

On Monday, Eric Zemmour announced that he wants to create a “Ministry of Remigration” to expel foreigners. “The idea of ​​remigration is the idea that we are going to deprive French citizenship of people with an immigrant background who would receive this French citizenship, it seems to me completely crazy,” Jordan Bardella reacts to CNews microphone.

According to the interim President of the National Association, the Reconquista candidate “is trying to use the most radical totems to attract attention. »

8:32 a.m.: “We will leave social benefits for the French,” assures Jordan Bardella.

On the set of CNews, Jordan Bardella reminds that Marine Le Pen intends to cancel public health care in order to maintain social benefits for the French. “This will save a lot of government finances,” he says. And then we will send a very clear message: France is not meant to be a social counter for the whole Earth, where we arrive without the conditions of resources, income, and we can enjoy social benefits that are the fruit of national efforts and the work of the French. »

8:24 am: Jordan Bardella opposes withdrawal of major French factions from Russia

Acting President of the National Rally on the set of CNews reacted to the withdrawal of Renault from Russia due to the war in Ukraine. “I think removing French companies from Russia is a shot in the leg,” Jordan Bardella laments. “This is a form of double punishment: at the same time, we organize bankruptcy and sabotage of our economic activities, and, above all, we enrich Russia, because when we leave, we leave infrastructures that will benefit Russia. […] We will push Russia into the arms of China. »

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8:22 am: Brice Ortefeu targets Macron’s ‘loss of confidence’ in foreign policy.

“If we take stock of the five-year term in terms of foreign policy, what will strike me more is the lack of perspective or the loss of confidence,” accuses Brice Ortefeu, special adviser Valerie Pecresse, on the set of the State Senate. “The President of the Republic spoke about the brain death of NATO, it is precisely today that NATO is at the center of discussions and is widely perceived as a defense,” the MEP justifies.

7:58: “We kill with suffering, as we kill with bombs,” condemns Artaud.

Lutte Ouvrière, a candidate, repeats to the France Inter microphone his complete opposition to sanctions against the Russian economy in response to the invasion of Ukraine. “It will primarily hurt millions of little people, workers, workers, the unemployed, all those who were already in poverty,” Nathalie Artaud foresees, citing the examples of Iraq or Cuba. “We kill with suffering the same way we kill with bombs,” she says.

7:53 am: Artaud believes the main French bands in Russia “have the guts of their portfolio.”

At the France Inter microphone, Lutte Ouvrière’s candidate beats out the main French bands with activity in Russia, even those that have decided to end it because of the war in Ukraine. “Those who leave [comme Renault, NDLR] make an image calculation, try to keep their long-term interest, and those who remain will make the same calculation, but the result will be the opposite,” says Natalie Artaud.

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“They have the boldness of a portfolio,” Natalie Artaud criticizes. Total acted under all dictatorships: in Uganda, in Burma… They are capable of anything. For her, who wants to “expropriate these large groups”, Yannick Jadot is “right” in saying that Total is an accomplice in war crimes in Russia.

7:32 a.m.: Pecress presents his draft constitutional order law at 10:00 a.m.

The Republican candidate will hold a press conference at 10:00 am to present his draft constitutional order law. Valerie Pecresse has made security one of the cornerstones of her program: arming the municipal police, minimum sentences, a criminal age of 16…

7:03 am: “I am not for slavery,” Macron assures, defending his South African reform.

“I’m not pro-slavery,” Emmanuel Macron joked on Wednesday, detailing his proposal to condition South Africa on about fifteen hours of activity, pointing out that if those hours “are work, it pays at least minimum wage.”

“If the RSA beneficiary finds a part-time job, then he will be paid at least IDGCs, but we will simplify the rules so that he can continue to be accompanied and not immediately lose all his rights,” the presidential candidate specified at M6.

He was responding to accusations from his opponents who claimed that he wanted to force RSA recipients to work for half the minimum wage.

A month later, the second round: who is in the final?

Just a month later, on April 24 at 20:00, we will know the name of the next President of the Republic, at the end of an already completely atypical election campaign. Twelve candidates are running in the elections. Read our article here.

7:01 am: morning guests

  • At the public senate at 8 am. : Brice Ortefeu, Special Advisor to Valerie Pecresse.
  • At RMC at 7:40 am. : Julien Denormandy, Minister of Agriculture and Food
  • At France Inter at 7:50 am. Story by: Natalie Artaud, LO presidential candidate
  • CNews at 8:15. Story by: Jordan Bardella, RN President
  • On Franceinfo at 8:30 am. : Yannick Jadot, environmentalist presidential candidate
  • On RMC/BFMTV at 8:30 am. : Alexis Corbière, deputy of rebellious France

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