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World Arnaud Montebourg wants "weighing" on the presidential election

15:25  10 june  2021
15:25  10 june  2021 Source:   parismatch.com

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Arnaud Montebourg said he wants to "weigh" on the presidential election of 2022, while confident not being able, at this point, to announce "to be a candidate".

The former socialist minister of productive recovery Arnaud Montebourg said Thursday on France Inter want "weigh" on the presidential election of 2022, while confident not to be able, at this point, to announce "to be a candidate".

"In the state I am not a candidate"

"I will not tell you today what I do, because I do not know it yet," said the Founder of the movement the commitment . "I did not find the resources that can afford to do so, so in the state I am not a candidate," said Arnaud Montebourg.

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Its entourage has indicated to AFP that its media offensive this week is indeed well to an "advance on the path of an application". If so "he does not ask for anything" to official parties, he said he "hears (AIT) weigh on the events" of the presidential election, making a "realistic political proposal, reasonable and constructive".

"I am available for this serious perspective of a single application, which it takes to weigh on events, otherwise we will be reduced to testimony applications," said Arnaud Montebourg.

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Invite "the left to get a kick in his own buttocks"

his "modest, but real contribution", is to invite "the left to get a kick in his own buttocks, to avoid passing by the Trump box "that would be the election of Navy Le Pen in 2022.

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because according to him, to prevent a" mortifer mortif / pen ", it takes to the left" think of the popular and medium classes that made the Presidential election: Chirac with the + social fracture +, Sarkozy with the + work more to win more +, Holland with + My enemy Finance +, Macron with his false revolution that has been turned into restoration ".

To interest the popular classes, the left must, according to him, to speak of the wages, proposing for example that the public loans enjoyed by companies for the CVVID crisis are reimbursed via the massive distribution of dividends of their society to employees. But she must also talk about security and abandon the "societal subjects" with which she has "marginalized". For example, it is necessary to "resume control of immigration" and renounce "at the easy slogan of 'welcome them all'". "The country is right on the treat, left on the social and economy, it will take a mixed policy," pleaded the former socialist.

Asked about the innouma Jean-Luc Mélenchon, already declared candidate, Arnaud Montebourg estimated: "He was the solution in 2017, I voted for him. But it is today the problem of the left, a factor of Blocking "for the unit. "By strength to dig sectarian trenches around him, he can not gather (...). Jean-Luc Mélenchon will not be President of the Republic, everyone knows it," he said.

Texas becomes latest battle in GOP's push for stricter voting laws. Here are the others. .
An effort in Texas to make it more difficult to vote is the latest attempt by Republicans to complicate ballot access as former President Donald Trump continues to push baseless claims that the 2020 election was stolen from him. The legislation proposed by Texas GOP lawmakers would be among the most restrictive in the country. It would put new limits on the hours voting could take place, curtail the use of drop boxes and drive-through voting stations and restrict the ability of election officials to send applications to vote by mail to people who didn’t request one.

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