Maxime Prévot facing “Soir” subscribers: “Unemployment is not a job”

Maxime Prévot facing “Soir” subscribers: “Unemployment is not a job”
Maxime Prévot facing “Soir” subscribers: “Unemployment is not a job”

Maxime Prévot illustrates the Engagés project in front of the readers of “Soir”. He defines his “centrism” of a new type, sees possible “convergences” in socio-economic matters with the N-VA (it is not his choice, but he is not exclusive). And refuses to choose between Magnette and Bouchez at this stage, while leaning towards the center-right if we follow closely. Here is…


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By David Coppi, Alexandre Noppe and Stéphane Vande Velde

Published on 4/05/2024 at 07:00
Reading time: 6 min

Lhe Social-Christian Party (PSC) became the Democratic and Humanist Center (CDH) in 2002, which became Les Engagés in 2022, the political formation has embraced the times, it has renewed itself, there is one constant: at each stage in her molt, she explained that she wanted to evolve in the “center”. Maxime Prévot perpetuates the tradition. The boss of the Engagés is explained in three steps.



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