Guests: Rachida Dati, Dominique Reynié in replay

Guests: Rachida Dati, Dominique Reynié in replay
Guests: Rachida Dati, Dominique Reynié in replay

Magazine proposed by Pierre-Antoine Capton, co-produced by France Télévisions/Troisième Oeil Productions/MEDIAWAN. 2024. Presentation: Anne-Elisabeth Lemoine. It’s the meeting place for everyone who makes political, economic, societal and cultural news! Every evening, viewers find Anne-Elisabeth Lemoine surrounded by Lorrain Sénéchal, Aurélie Casse, Patrick Cohen, Pierre Lescure, Mohamed Bouhafsi, Bertrand Chameroy and Émilie Tran Nguyen.

– Anticipated legislative elections 2024: the union of the left worries the majority

Rachida Dati, Minister of Culture, speaks to defend the presidential camp in the face of the challenge of the anticipated legislative elections following the dissolution of the National Assembly by Emmanuel Macron. “This is a new project” she asserted. The union of the left worries the majority. For the minister, putting the Popular Front in power will cause security problems for the French. “We will become the Venezuela of Europe” she said.

– 2024 legislative elections: twice excluded from the Republicans, Éric Ciotti clings to his chair

Dominique Reyniépolitical scientist and general director of the Foundation for Innovation politics, was interested in populist votes in Europe. He reacts to the latest developments in the right-wing camp, which he considers unworthy: “It hurts LR but also politics“. Regarding the far right, Dominique Reynié is convinced that Marine Le Pen does not want to be prime minister in order to win the presidential elections in 2027. A goal which would be shared by Jean-Luc Mélanchon. For Dominique Reynié, the Popular Front and the National Rally are two revolutionary parties ready for anything”to go as far as possible“.


Presented by : Anne-Elisabeth Lemoine

Columnists: Patrick Cohen, Pierre Lescure, Mohamed Bouhafsi, Bertrand Chameroy, Emilie Tran Nguyen, Lorrain Sénéchal, Aurélie Casse

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