World Valérie Pécresse candidate for the presidential election to "restore the French pride"

18:55  22 july  2021
18:55  22 july  2021 Source:   parismatch.com

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The president of the region Ile-de-France announces Thursday his candidacy for the presidential election.

  Valérie Pécresse candidate à la présidentielle pour © Reuters / Sarah Meyssonnier

The President of the Ile-de-France Region Ex-Lr Valérie Pécresse Announces his candidacy for the presidential election to "restore the French pride", in an interview at Figaro posted on line Thursday.

"I can not stand anymore instead of acting"

"I am a candidate for the presidency of the Republic to restore the French pride. I only bear talk instead of acting," says the Ex-Lr, president of the free movement!, which must also be expressed at 20 hours of TF1. "We have to break with 10 years of bad choice, half-measures, undecishes, and ultimately the collapse of our country," she adds.

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"This summer, I will go through the country to meet the French"

The candidate for the Elysée says he wants to "do rather than seek to please" after a five-year "with very few reforms". She also wishes to "return the country to order". "In 2022, France must take a new beginning. This summer, I will go through the country to meet the French to enrich my project," she says.

re-elected in June at the head of Ile-de-France, it is the second contendant ex-lr to announce his candidacy on the right, after his counterpart of the Hauts-de-France, Xavier Bertrand, at the end of March. Valérie Pécresse, for whom a "very wide open" primary remains the "single democratic solution" to bring out a candidate on the right, had already promised to "hear (SA) voice" during the summer.

"The time of women came," she said in Provence in early July. Valérie Pécresse and four other putative candidates had met Tuesday in Paris under the aegis of the Party the Republicans, and had agreed on a "unique candidacy" in 2022. Xavier Bertrand, who was absent, refuses at this stage to participate in a primary.

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© Thomas Samson / AFP Philippe Juvin on March 25, 2020 in Paris. Philippe Juvin, Mayor of the Garenne-Colombes and Head of Emergencies of the Pompidou Hospital in Paris, announced, Monday, July 26, that he will participate in the primary of the right for the presidential election 2022. the Doctor and Mayor LR of The Garenne-Colombes Philippe Juvin announced his Application for the Elysee in view of the future primary on the right, in an interview published Monday night on the Figaro site.

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