LIVE – Presidential D-11: a surprise trip from Pécresse to Guadeloupe on Monday

A surprise trip by Valérie Pécresse to Guadeloupe on Monday

Valérie Pécresse seems to have decided to put all her strength into the final stretch of the campaign: the candidate will go to Guadeloupe next Monday, the day after her big rally at the Porte de Versailles in Paris.

Mentioned by multiple sources with BFMTV as a serious lead in the past few hours, this fast trip was confirmed to us by their team. “She did not want to finish her campaign without going abroad,” they say in her entourage. A previous trip to Reunion, once planned, had to be postponed due to the international context.

Gabriel Attal announces that voters positive for Covid-19 will be able to vote

During his consecutive press conference at the Council of Ministers this Wednesday, the government spokesman, Gabriel Attal, indicated that “you can vote if you are positive for Covid-19, wearing a mask.”

In front of the peasants, Marine Le Pen attacks the “greenery Taliban”

Invited by the FNSEA in the framework of the great speech of the presidential candidates in front of the peasants, Marine Le Pen lambasted the environmental associations, which she describes as “green Taliban”.

“Farmers are there to produce and feed, not to maintain. This is an ideology of the vegetation Taliban, who would like farmers to become landscapers. I don’t want that. Feed the French and export,” he said. .

McKinsey controversy: Olivier Dussopt and Amélie de Montchalin will give a press conference to respond to the accusations against the government

According to information from BFMTV that confirms information from politicianthe Minister of Action and Public Accounts Olivier Dussopt and the Minister of Transformation and Public Service of France Amélie de Montchalin will give a press conference this week to respond to the “McKinsey controversy”after the publication of a Senate report on “the growing influence of consulting firms on public policy”.

In this document, the investigation commission values ​​the state’s spending on consulting services at more than one billion euros. In the opposition’s sights: the firm McKinsey, accused of not having paid any taxes thanks to tax optimization.

“Trust your intelligence”: Jean-Luc Mélenchon tries to convince a communist to vote for him in the first round

Responding to questions from listeners, Jean-Luc Mélenchon was questioned by a communist activist who asked him what words he would use to convince him to vote for him in the first round instead of Fabien Roussel.

“Trust your intelligence!” introduced the candidate, familiar with a “comrade”.

“Our programs are extremely close anyway,” he said, explaining that the communists and rebels could settle their disagreements over nuclear power with a referendum.

Refusing to ask for a useful vote, however, he chained: “If they vote for me, it will be the most concrete vote to beat the extreme right in the first round.”

Éric Zemmour plans joint meetings with Marine Le Pen between the two rounds

Éric Zemmour and Marine Le Pen in a joint meeting after the first lap? “Of course”, answers Éric Zemmour, who however does not intend not to qualify for the second round.

Asked about a possible rapprochement with the National Grouping candidate during intermission, the Reconquest candidate ruled out the idea of ​​an irreconcilable relationship.

“We are not angry, we are competitors, rivals. We do not have the same approach as French politics,” said the Reconquista candidate.

Zemmour on Ukraine: “I didn’t think Putin was going to attack”

Invited to the Questions of Confidence on BFMTV-RMC this Wednesday morning, Eric Zemmour admitted that he was “wrong about one thing: he did not believe that Vladimir Putin was going to attack Ukraine.”

The candidate of the Reconquest! in the presidential election, however, he added that “all the specialists thought the same.”

“Brutal”, “unfair”: Jean-Luc Mélenchon denounces the entries of the other left candidates

Often the topic ofattacks Coming from the left making fun of his alleged positions on Russia – in particular those of Anne Hidalgo and Yannick Jadot – Jean-Luc Mélenchon denounced “brutal and unjust” attacks.

Believing that Anne Hidalgo had exceeded herself in the domain of “political discussion”, she judged that Yannick Jadot aligned herself with the American statements.

Finally, he was concerned about the potentially damaging dimension of these attacks with a view to a “rally” behind his back for a possible second round.

Mélenchon believes that NATO is “right to put limits on Ukraine” but still militates for a non-aligned France

After several American statements threatening Russia with a possible reaction from NATO, Jean-Luc Mélenchon, who wants France to leave the organization, launched: “They are right to set limits.” “Mr. Putin will be excluded from the international community,” he added.

He clarified his point of view on military budgets: “We have to be at the level to be sovereign!”

“We must be non-aligned,” he reiterated.

“Securing nuclear sites”, Jean-Luc Mélenchon’s priority in the Ukrainian dossier

Asked by France Inter about what would be his first phone call to Vladimir Putin as president, Jean-Luc Mélenchon replied: “I hope that by then we will have obtained a ceasefire for the ‘martyrdom of Ukraine’.”

Noting an “incredible risk to everyone with these nuclear reactors,” he made “protecting nuclear sites” his priority in this file.

Jean-Luc Mélenchon mocks Emmanuel Macron, an “extraordinary chameleon”

Jean-Luc Mélenchon is the guest of France Inter this Wednesday morning. The Popular Union candidate – now a strong third contender in the polls but still far behind the ratings of Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen, it mocked Emmanuel Macron’s economic spins.

“He is one of the most extraordinary chameleons we have ever met!” Referring to the “whatever it takes” in force at the height of the pandemic, he launched: “He nationalized the workforce, it is still extraordinary, that was what happened for a month. He then he went back to austerity,” he said.

Yannick Jadot: “We are no longer in a pretext where the president himself makes his announcements”

The day after Chief Hunter Willy Schraen adwho said he would vote for Emmanuel Macron, environmental candidate Yannick Jadot told Cnews:

“We are no longer even in a pretext where the president makes his own announcements. For 5 years the president has always supported cruel hunts. One of the laws that we will make is the separation of state lobbies”

“He is selling the Republic to the lobbies”: Jadot addresses the support of the head of the hunters to Macron

The day after Chief Hunter Willy Schraen adwho said he would vote for Emmanuel Macron, the environmentalist candidate Yannick Jadot pointed to an approach, which he sees as a way of “selling the Republic to the lobbies.”

“End of the false suspense: the head of the hunters calls to vote for Emmanuel Macron. The president lets the consultants replace the State and sells the Republic to the lobbies. Environmentalists will return power to the people thanks to a law separating lobbies and the State,” he tweeted.

Édouard Philippe in Val-de-Marne to support Emmanuel Macron

Édouard Philippe is the guest of Val-de-Marne MP Laurent Saint-Martin this Wednesday for a public meeting in support of Emmanuel Macron’s candidacy.

The meeting will take place this afternoon at 6:30 p.m. in Villecresnes.

Philippe Poutou at a meeting in Rennes this Wednesday night

The NPA candidate will be present on Wednesday March 30 in Rennes for a meeting in the center of the Villejean neighborhood at 7:30 p.m.

Great talk on agriculture organized by the FNSEA this Wednesday in Besançon

Six candidates have agreed to participate in the great agricultural oral, organized this Wednesday in Besançon, at the end of the FNSEA national congress.

Thus, it will be expressed:

• 9:30 Fabien Roussel (PCF)
• 10:20 a.m. Eric Zemmour (right!)
• 11h00 Marine Le Pen (RN)
• 11:40 Valérie Pécresse (L-R)
• 12:20 Jean Lassalle (R)
• At 1:00 p.m., a video message by Emmanuel Macron (LREM) will be broadcast.

Éric Zemmour guest of “Questions of trust” on BFMTV-RMC

The candidate of the Reconquista neoparty! will answer questions from Apolline de Malherbe starting at 8:30 am on BFMTV-RMC at “Trust Matters”the new daily meeting of this presidential campaign.

On the other mornings, the political guests will be:

• 7:20 RFI: Delphine Batho (EELV)
• 07:38 France 2: Bruno Retailleau (LR)
• 7:40 RTL: Philippe Poutou (NPA)
• 7:50 am France Information: Christophe Castaner (LREM)
• 8 am Public Senate: Olivier Faure (PS)
• 08:15 Europe 1: Bruno Le Maire (LREM)
• 8h15 Radio South: Nathalie Arthaud (LO)
• 8h15 CNEWS: Yannick Jadot (EELV)
• 08:20 France Inter: Jean-Luc Mélenchon (LFI)
• 8:30 am France Information: Nicolas Dupont-Aignan (DLF)

Good morning to all!

And welcome to this direct dedicated to the news of the presidential campaign this Wednesday.

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