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US News "Nobody can claim to be the heir of Jacques Chirac today", estimates Alain Juppé

13:40  26 september  2020
13:40  26 september  2020 Source:   europe1.fr

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Juppé , who was prime minister under Jacques Chirac in 1995 and is currently mayor of Bordeaux, is the frontrunner for the Les Républicains party presidential nomination, ahead of the former president It is accepted that he did not profit personally and instead he is seen as having taken the flak for Chirac .

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He was one of his most faithful traveling companions. Alain Juppé, who was Prime Minister from 1995 to 1997, signs Mon Chirac, a singular friendship with the Tallandier editions. Guest from Europe Matin Saturday, one year to the day after the disappearance of the former head of state, he talks about an extraordinary political journey. So that "no one can claim to be heir to Jacques Chirac today", believes Alain Juppé. "The emotion, at the announcement of his death, reflected a support, an empathy between the people of France and himself," he explains. A rare case in political history, according to the former mayor of Bordeaux: "Jacques Chirac had come to embody the father of the nation."

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"Our friendship is unique because, when we look at the last 20 or 30 years, it is rare for a President of the Republic and his Prime Minister Minister trust each other until the end, "notes Alain Juppé, whom Jacques Chirac had described as" the best of us ". "Between Chirac and me the trust lasted, and even beyond his second term".

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Republican, humanist, European and "man of peace"

"He was a Republican very strongly attached to the values ​​of the Republic, to secularism. He hated racism and anti-Semitism ", wants to remind Alain Juppé. "He was a humanist attached to the defense of the weakest. Let us remember his great laws on the disabled, the cancer plan or the establishment of the Samu social in Paris. And then he was a European, perhaps not out of passion, but of reason. He has done a lot to advance the euro, "adds the man who now sits on the Constitutional Council. He also remembers the "man of peace" who took a stand against the Iraq war in 2003.

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