Find the main proposals contained in the programs of the twelve candidates for the presidential election.
There will be twelve of them, on Sunday, April 10, at the starting line. After a very unusual campaign, presidential candidates will face the French to win their votes and hope to make it to the second round before taking the top job. She is armed with her program that she intends to convince voters. Here candidate by candidate and in alphabetical order is a summary of the main positions and proposals they defend.
Purchasing power: No salary, allowance or pension below 2000 euros per month
Accommodation: Apply requisition laws to expand the social park
Disability: No longer include spouse’s income when calculating disability benefits.
Immigration: Freedom of movement and settlement
Education: Mass recruitment for all positions
Animals : Hunting ban
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Immigration: Abolition of jus soli, restriction of immigration by annual vote of parliament, restoration of border controls
Europe : replace the EU with a community of free nations.
purchasing power : 8% salary increase for everyone, up to three Smics
Economy: Renationalization of motorways, 75% public procurement for companies producing in France.
Institutions: Citizen-initiated referendum
Purchasing power: Smic increased by 200 euros net, revalued wages, 5000 euros at 18, minimum youth
Environment : Energy renovation plan for buildings without upfront costs, 100% renewable energy
Institutions: Citizen-initiated referendum
Accommodation: General rent regulation in hard-to-reach areas, 150,000 social housing units per year
Health : Another 15,000 doctors a year, a year in medical deserts for medical students
Transport : €4 billion per year per train, unlimited travel pass for youth
Purchasing power: “Civil income” from 18 years old (at least 918 euros per month), energy check 400 euros
Weather : Climate wealth tax, 3,000 extra wind turbines, nuclear power phase-out
Education: Hiring 65,000 teachers, increasing their salaries
Accommodation : Subsidized thermal renovation for low-income households, 700,000 social housing units.
Agriculture : Redistribute the Common Agricultural Policy in favor of farmers who respect their land and their animals.
institutions : Referendum initiated by citizens from 700,000 signatures
Citizenship : 9 months military or civilian service
Economy : renationalize key companies
purchasing power : Reduce VAT on fuel to 5.5%
Education: Second language from primary school (foreign or regional)
Immigration : Referendum on anti-immigration measures, deportation of foreign offenders, ban
regularization of undocumented migrants, termination of family reunification
Purchasing power: VAT reduction to 5.5% on electricity, gas and fuel
Security : 25,000 new prison places
Institutions: Proportional voting, citizen-initiated referendum
Energy: End of wind projects, restart of nuclear power
pensions : Pension reform with the transfer of the retirement age to 65 years
Education : More freedom for establishments
Economy : €15bn tax cuts, ‘full employment’ for five years, reform of South Africa with a commitment to action to promote integration.
Protection : Restoring the pact between the army and the nation, increasing investment and the number of reservists.
Energy : Six new next-generation nuclear reactors
Institutions: The Constituent Assembly will move to a more parliamentary Sixth Republic
Purchasing power: Energy price lock and five fruits and vegetables, free meals, €1,400 minimum wage, youth allowance.
Environment : “Environmental planning” at the municipal level for agricultural and energy transition (exit from nuclear energy), redevelopment of territory and transport
Health : 100% reimbursement for the prescribed treatment, mutual insurance integrated into the social security system
Security : Return of the Community Police
Purchasing power: 3% increase in net wages since summer, reinstatement of the allowance
Immigration: The introduction of quotas is voted every year
Public services : Abolition of 150,000 net public service positions, creation of 25,000 caregiver positions
Work : Departure by agreement from 35 hours, young active income (670 euros / month) for work in tension
Accommodation: Construction of 500,000 housing units per year
Health : Expropriation of large pharmaceutical industry groups
Security : Disarmament of the police in contact with the population
Energy : Nuclear shutdown in ten years
Taxation : Annual income exceeding EUR 108,000 is taxed at 100%.
Work : Minimum wage 1800 euros net, 32-hour work week, independent income for 18-25 year olds.
institutions : Sixth Republic without President and Senate
Purchasing power: Increase in the minimum wage to 1500 euros net, 850 euros per month for students,
Taxes: Restoring and tripling the wealth tax (ISF)
Work : 32-hour work week, full-time retirement at age 60, equal pay for women and men under threat of sanctions
Public services : 500,000 additional civil servants, recruitment of 100,000 hospitals, nationalization of EDF and Engie
institutions : Proposed civil origin law of 500,000 signatures.
Immigration: “zero immigration” policy, wall on European borders, expulsion of underage foreigners.
isolated and foreign offenders
Religion : Prohibit the wearing of the veil in public places and the building of majestic mosques.
Countryside : €10,000 at birth for children born in rural areas.
Energy : Completion of wind projects and construction of 14 new nuclear reactors.
Protection : Withdraw from NATO Integrated Command