The Narbonnais “rebels” launch their campaign for the European elections

The Narbonnais “rebels” launch their campaign for the European elections
The Narbonnais “rebels” launch their campaign for the European elections

Representatives of France Insoumise and NUPES took advantage of International Labor Day to launch the European electoral campaign.

Activists from France Insoumise and Narbonne Union Populaire launched this Wednesday 1er May the local campaign for the benefit of Manon Aubry for the European elections on June 9.

The two action groups chose International Labor Day to “launch the counterattack” against the policy of Emmanuel Macron and his government but also against the liberal policy of the Union.
The idea, for them, is “to bring together the left forces in agreement on a program of rupture”. Spokespersons for the movement, Bruno De Montaigne and Jean-Luc Maury evoke a “anger which does not ebb in France and which must be expressed in the streets but also in the ballot boxes”. They hear “carry a message of peace and social justice”in a context where “Macron finds money for bombs and not for the public hospital and school, and wants to reform unemployment to save money”. Estimated success to date for the Aubry list? “If we are to believe the statistical institutes, if half of the voters who expressed themselves in favor of Mélenchon vote in the European elections, we can reach 20%”they say.

“We will not be silenced”

In “a context of security drift where serious accusations, by twisting the words, are brought against members of the LFI who go so far as to be summoned before the police, in a context where the National Rally is integrated into the republican arc, and despite the media coverage, we will not be silenced”assert the two activists.

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“To have peace, we must not prepare for war, but give ourselves the means for peace at the European level, in Ukraine as in Gaza where the massacre, the genocide, must stop”insists Bruno De Montaigne who in no way endorses the idea put forward by the Head of State of a nuclear force and an armed force on the scale of the 27.

Activists will begin a leafleting campaign this week. In mid-May, they plan to organize a neighborhood meeting in Saint-Jean-Saint-Pierre. On May 29, at the Labor Palace at 6 p.m., a meeting will take place in the presence of national figures from the FI and regional candidate Michaël Idrac, member of Manon Aubry’s list.


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