Legislative elections 2024. Séverine Véziès wants the New Popular Front to win in the 1st constituency of Doubs

Legislative elections 2024. Séverine Véziès wants the New Popular Front to win in the 1st constituency of Doubs
Legislative elections 2024. Séverine Véziès wants the New Popular Front to win in the 1st constituency of Doubs

“Emmanuel Macron “wants to reduce the rights of the legislature vis-à-vis the executive, and make the law itself with the use of ordinances, at 49-3… (…). Might as well dissolve Parliament. » Quasi-visionary remarks made by Séverine Véziès in March 2018 ( The Republican East , March 29, 2018). Six years ago, the France Insoumise activist denounced the head of state’s desire to limit the right of amendment. And, more generally according to her, the running out of steam of the institutions of the Fifth Republic.

“Changing people’s lives”

Representing the New Popular Front for the next legislative elections, Bisontine, originally from Montbéliard, did not vary in her opposition to Emmanuel Macron’s policies. At 50, Séverine Véziès is running for a seat at the Palais Bourbon for the second time. The first was in 2022, already in the first constituency of Doubs.

With her deputy, Franck Laidié, mayor of Pugey, she held her first campaign meeting Monday evening, at the Espace Rose de Montrapon, in Besançon.

Séverine Véziès affirms that these anticipated legislative elections are an opportunity to “change people’s lives this summer. » And to decline his camp’s program to beat “Macron and the far right”: minimum wage at 1,600 euros, price blocking on basic necessities and energy, repeal of the latest pension and social security reform. the latest immigration immigration, indexation of pensions to inflation.

Supported by Jean-Luc Mélenchon, Séverine Véziès has already run in the municipal elections in Besançon in 2014 and 2020.

Former local representative of Cimade, an association supporting migrants, the professor of law and management at the University of Franche-Comté is a member of the national coordination La France insoumise.

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