“Make workers heard”: Marie-José Aubert, candidate in the Chartres constituency for Lutte Ouvrière

“Make workers heard”: Marie-José Aubert, candidate in the Chartres constituency for Lutte Ouvrière
“Make workers heard”: Marie-José Aubert, candidate in the Chartres constituency for Lutte Ouvrière

Marie-José Aubert and her replacement, Thierry Lucas, are the candidates of Lutte Ouvrière in the legislative elections, in the first constituency of Eure-et-Loir.

Retired teacher, Marie-José Aubert will represent the Lutte Ouvrière party in the early legislative elections, in the first constituency of Eure-et-Loir. She is running to “make the side of workers heard in the face of a catastrophic situation in the entire world of work”. Already a candidate for the 2022 legislative elections, the one who has been campaigning since the age of 20, then won 1.26% of the votes.

This year, faced with the rise of the National Rally (RN) and the New Popular Front, the Lutte Ouvrière party decided to keep the same guideline, that of Arlette Laguiller or Nathalie Arthaud, who defend workers at all costs, “indispensable to society”. “The RN wants to pit workers against each other, but we have one and the same enemy, the big bourgeoisie, which is destroying human beings and the planet,” assures Marie-José Aubert.

Increase purchasing power

“We face more and more poverty, even when we work,” laments the candidate. “Inequalities are growing and this is unacceptable. » With his replacement, Thierry Lucas, they agree that “the entire world of work achieves all the wealth, without benefiting from it since it is the rich who are overflowing with it. »

Faced with “soaring prices”, they demand “an increase in salaries indexed to prices, to increase purchasing power”. They also impose “the cancellation of attacks on pensions, unemployment insurance and the immigration law. » On this last subject, the candidate is clear: “We welcome everyone. Migrants are our future comrades in struggle. Our homeland is humanity. The real boundary is between the rich and the poor. »

Concerning security, she insists: “War is the extension of this capitalist society. The real security for which we fight is that of being able to live and house ourselves. We have tanks and fighter planes, but we no longer have teachers or caregivers.” She also deplores the destruction of hospitals and public services. “In Chartres, it’s impossible to find a doctor or specialist! »

Emma Gomez

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