US News French Polynesia: what you need to know about the first movement of Emmanuel Macron

13:25  24 july  2021
13:25  24 july  2021 Source:   20minutes.fr

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President Emmanuel Macron begins this Saturday its first trip to this Pacific Archipelago

Emmanuel Macron à Tokyo le 23 juillet 2021. © Nicolas Datiche / SIPA Emmanuel Macron in Tokyo on July 23, 2021 . Politics - President Emmanuel Macron begins this Saturday its first trip to this Pacific archipelago

nuclear tests, sanitary pass, military strategy, climate change .. President Emmanuel Macron begins this Saturday his first displacement in French Polynesia with a program loaded.

The head of state had had to postpone a trip to French Polynesia scheduled for mid-April 2020 because of the coronavirus pandemic, and made no trip in the overseas territories from the beginning of the sanitary crisis of Covid-19. The last presidential displacement in this Pacific archipelago was François Hollande in February 2016.

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Emmanuel Macron is beginning his first day as French president, with picking a prime minster top of his to do list. The appointment is crucial for Mr Macron , who needs to do well in next month's parliamentary elections to push through his planned economic reforms. Later he will travel to Germany to meet Chancellor Angela Merkel. He had never contested an election before and only formed his centrist movement a year ago. Mr Macron is France's youngest leader since Napoleon and the first to be born after 1958, when a presidential system was set up.

Visit to the Hospital Center

Not surprisingly, the coronavirus pandemic will occupy an important place in this three-day trip. The head of state also reserves his first visit to the hospital of French Polynesia where he will "meet the caregivers," said the Elysee, while a manifestation against the sanitary pass is planned this Saturday morning in Papeete.

The French state provided more than 224,000 doses of vaccine at French Polynesia, 226,000 in New Caledonia and 18,000 in Wallis and Futuna.

The Elysee ensures that the president "will of course have a look" on his other two French Pacific territories, who each live an important moment, with the third self-determination consultation scheduled for 12 December 2021 in new. Caledonia and celebration on July 29th of the 60th anniversary of overseas territory in Wallis and Futuna.

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We need to support Emmanuel Macron . On the one hand, I recognize the extreme skill of a man who surprised everyone, especially the political world, by surfing the wave of French discontent with traditional parties. On the other hand, I fear that his already sensitive authoritarianism will lead him to a confrontation with a people who abstained from voting at 57% for the election of deputies to the National Assembly, which seems to me proof of disagreement on at least two points: the labor law and tax measures.

These two communities are currently "Covid Free", and visit them would imply forty who is "not compatible with presidential displacement," said the Elysee.

The head of state can not respond to the invitation launched by the authorities of Wallis and Futuna, a delegation will meet him in Polynesia to have a "special interview" on Tuesday.

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The South Pacific has indeed a strategic importance for France, and Emmanuel Macron "will have the opportunity to evoke the indo -acific strategy and the positioning that France wants in this space which is polarized according to the Elysée.

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Climate crisis

The President of the Republic also relies on the way to evoke the risks of climate change for the archipelago, vulnerable to the rise of oceans, and cyclones.

The President will visit the Island of Hiva OA to support the candidacy of the Marquises to the UNESCO World Heritage Registration, and on the Atoll of Manihi in the Tuamotu where he will visit a hybrid power station (photovoltaîque / Diesel) that facilitated the electrification of the Atoll.

Dialogue around nuclear tests

The displacement was preceded in early July of a Round Table on the consequences of nuclear tests in Polynesia which brought together a Polynesian delegation conducted by President Edouard Fricch, and the Ministers of Health, armies and overseas.

"French Polynesia has greatly contributed to the construction of our deterrent and it is necessary to assume all the consequences, human, societal, health, environmental and economic", then declared Geneviève Darrieussecq, Minister delegated to the memory and the Veterans.

"The President of the Republic will be at heart, during this displacement, to promote this close and transparent dialogue by encouraging the rapid and concrete implementation of several actions, both on the issue of memory with the opening of the archives. on individual compensation issues ", according to the Elysée.

At the end of its displacement, and after a speech, Emmanuel Macron will chair the Council of Ministers in videoconference from Papeete, before regaining the plane.

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