After the legislative elections, “we need to strengthen the central bloc”, pleads Édouard Philippe in Angers

After the legislative elections, “we need to strengthen the central bloc”, pleads Édouard Philippe in Angers
After the legislative elections, “we need to strengthen the central bloc”, pleads Édouard Philippe in Angers

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The former Prime Minister, traveling to Angers (Maine-et-Loire) this Thursday, July 4 to support the outgoing deputies of the presidential majority, defends the creation of a coalition after the second round. “It will be a delicate moment,” he admits.

Visiting Angers to support the candidates for the second round of the 2024 legislative elections, Édouard Philippe defends the “construction of a central bloc” | JEROME FOUQUET/WEST-FRANCE.


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  • Visiting Angers to support the candidates for the second round of the 2024 legislative elections, Édouard Philippe defends the “construction of a central bloc” | JEROME FOUQUET/WEST-FRANCE.

“In 2022, we should have built a coalition with Les Républicains.” While he has no intention of changing the decisions of the past, former Prime Minister Édouard Philippe feels that the alliance with the Republican right would have prevented us from getting to where we are today. A few days before the second round of the legislative elections, on Sunday, July 7, the mayor of Le Havre said ” ready “ to rebuild a space “from the conservative right to the…

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