Boss of the hunters will vote for Macron, no vaccinations, no health, no pass to vote … Campaign news this Wednesday

There is no pass to vote. In a Council of Ministers report this Wednesday, March 30, government spokesman Gabriel Attal made it clear that there would be no “medical passport, vaccination or test required for the vote,” which made the decision of November 9 largely thought of. , 2021 Constitutional Council: “submission “sanitary passport” access to polling stations or political gatherings and events cannot be demanded.” Anxiety that circulates regularly.

“Voting is a constitutional right, so nothing can prevent a person from going to vote,” recalled Gabriel Attal. And so it is clear that people who contract Covid in the days leading up to the vote will be able to vote. We recommend that they wear a mask for this. »

Big Oral Day

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Agriculture. It is the turn of the National Federation of Farmers’ Unions (FNSEA) from Wednesday morning to give the “big oral” to candidates in the presidential election. If Yannick Jadot, Jean-Luc Mélenchon and Anne Hidalgo decline the invitation, several candidates will be in Besançon over a twelve minute presentation followed by a question and answer session.

Marine Le Pen, Eric Zemmour, Valerie Pecresse, Fabien Roussel and Jean Lassalle are present, while Emmanuel Macron will speak at the congress via video link.

Performances that take place the day after publication of the survey, commissioned by the agricultural union Ifop, held from February 24 to March 14 with the participation of 1,500 farmers representing French farms. According to the poll, farmers “would vote 30% for Emmanuel Macron, 13% for Valerie Pecresse, 12% for Eric Zemmour, 11% for Marine Le Pen, 9% for Jean-Luc Mélenchon, 8% for Jean Lassalle, 7%. for Yannick Jadot.

Support of the day

Hunting. FNC President Willy Schraen said in an interview with Le Parisien that he would vote for Emmanuel Macron in the first round.

The choice that seems to be made partly by exclusion, dismissing quickly – and without surprise – Yannick Jadot, Jean-Luc Mélenchon and Anne Hidalgo. The FNC boss then disqualified Fabien Roussel because the PCF candidate would vote in the second round for the best left wing candidate; Marine Le Pen, “the primal embodied primal animalism”, in the words of Willy Schraen; and Eric Zemmour because he is likely to call for a vote for Marine Le Pen on April 24th.

As for Valerie Pekress, Willy Schraen accuses her of “signing in 2021 the association’s regional animal charter L214 with anti-hunting measures.”

So that leaves Emmanuel Macron, to whom the president of the National Hunters’ Federation weaves praise: “During this five-year period, not a single law or amendment has been adopted that could harm hunting. Every time we had a problem with the Minister of Ecology, he intervened. It should be remembered that Nicolas Hulot left the government shortly after the meeting, which was attended by lobbyist Thierry Coste.

Absent day

Nicholas Sarkozy. Conversely, there is one whose positioning is still pending, and that is Nicolas Sarkozy. In 2017, the former president of the republic announced his support for François Fillon sixteen short days before the first round in a Facebook post that was deleted. It is clear that the date has already passed.

While Anne Hidalgo could count on the presence of François Hollande last week in Limoges, Valerie Pecresse has so far rallied Chirac’s name on the side of the former heads of state through the mediation of Claudius.

According to information from the Parisian, confirmed by France Inter, Nicolas Sarkozy is also not expected to attend the LR Porte de Versailles candidate’s meeting next Sunday. A promotion that the candidate didn’t seem to have hoped for for a while, as she told RMC last week, “I’m tracking my route.”

Transcription of the day

Health. What are the proposals of the twelve candidates in the presidential election for health reasons? The CentreFrance editorial staff delved into their programming in three areas: fighting medical deserts, the hospital and the attraction of medical professions.

The future of regional health agencies, funding for hospitals, the state of nursing homes, salaries for medical staff, hiring, what to do with the numerus clausus, medical research, nursing homes… Topics that water most programs.

The comparison can be found in our article, which can be read here.

Serious analysis of the day

Environment. Think tank The Shift Project, which “works for a carbon-free economy,” invited candidates to explain how they can move the country off fossil fuels over the next five years.

Three of them feel less ill than the rest: “Jean-Luc Mélenchon, Valerie Pecresse and Yannick Jadot describe in their letters to Shift a fairly accurate approach to some basic issues. Among other candidates, the described approach remains mostly superficial But on the whole, the analysis laments the lack of a plan. “We don’t think any of the candidates take that approach.”

Why Wednesday doesn’t resonate with the presidential campaign?

In particular, the lack of precision in building a low-carbon industry, the precise definition of levers and specific targets for moving towards greater sobriety, the issue of integrating climate issues into education, or even the issue of climate adaptation are pointed out. change. ” The system problem is still visible through the narrow end of the telescope. nuclear alternative against Many still feel that renewables are largely sufficient to fuel the energy transition debate. And the issue of oil yield often boils down to debate for or against electric car or public transport ‘, concludes the study.

An analysis of each program can be found here.

Antoine Busnell

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