Offbeat Edouard Philippe candidate in 2022? "The moment must be devoted to the bottom"

00:55  20 april  2021
00:55  20 april  2021 Source:   europe1.fr

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"The moment must be devoted to the bottom"

Edouard Philippe depicts a political system "almost a little crazy ", where" Everyone speaks only of the presidential election and no one talks about France, or the strategy of France ". "Me, what I would like is that our nation wonders about what it wants to look like in 2030, 2040 or 2050," he says. "And then we ask ourselves the question of doing this or that reform to arrive there, rather than questioning the two or three measures that the people who want to have a personal vocation to become president . "

"A year of the presidential election, the moment must be devoted to the bottom", therefore considers who has just published impressions and clear lines (Ed. Lattès), co-written with his friend Gilles Boyer. "We say, of course, what is to be in Matignon (...) But we try to present some subjects on which, perhaps, the fate of France will be played," explains Edouard Philippe. "I propose some avenues on defense issues, on issues of mastering public spending, on ecological issues."

"Trying to contribute to a national debate"

for the moment, the aiming goal is to "try to contribute to a national debate" to "not wonder who will be the best candidate when the time comes, But rather wonder what to do if we want to face the coming times, "says the former prime minister. Before sliding: "And maybe with whom."

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