REPLAY. Gabriel Attal-Jordan Bardella debate: the Prime Minister denounces “the alliance of mutual interests” between the RN and Russia

REPLAY. Gabriel Attal-Jordan Bardella debate: the Prime Minister denounces “the alliance of mutual interests” between the RN and Russia
REPLAY. Gabriel Attal-Jordan Bardella debate: the Prime Minister denounces “the alliance of mutual interests” between the RN and Russia

Looks like 2027? Gabriel Attal and Jordan Bardella will debate this Thursday evening, from 8:15 p.m., on France 2, ten days before the European elections.

10:30 p.m.

What to remember from the duel

Gabriel Attal-Jordan Bardella debate: Europe, Russia, national preference… what to remember from the face-to-face meeting

10:31 p.m.

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9:29 p.m.

“The difference between you and me is that I don’t lie to the French,” tackles Jordan Bardella

Exchanges become tense as the debate turns to Russia and the war in Ukraine. Gabriel Attal denounced “the compromise” and the “moral contract” between Marine Le Pen and Vladimir Putin.

9:26 p.m.

Attal denounces “the alliance of mutual interests” between the RN and Russia

This is why, according to the Prime Minister, the RN is not free to make its choices. “It was not Marine Le Pen who received Vladimir Putin at her vacation spot in Brégançon,” retorted Jordan Bardella.

9:23 p.m.

By claiming to want to send ground troops to Ukraine, Emmanuel Macron “scared many of our fellow citizens”, declares Jordan Bardella

The head of the RN list denounced the idea of ​​sending French troops to Ukraine, put forward by Emmanuel Macron. According to him, the declarations of the head of state highlighted the dissonances of Western countries.

9:17 p.m.

“We will never agree on immigration,” says Gabriel Attal

“The presentation of the subject that you are making, where we have the feeling that behind every foreigner, every immigrant, there is a potential delinquent or terrorist, I find it revolting,” launched the Prime Minister. Response from Jordan Bardella: “I think that almost all delinquency and criminality are linked to our inability to control migratory flows.”

9:15 p.m.

“Your project is to bring everyone back to France,” says Bardella

The head of the RN list pleads for a strengthening of controls at the borders of the European Union. Gabriel Attal denounces the inapplicability of such a measure.

9:03 p.m.

“Immigration is not a problem, it’s a project,” denounces Bardella

Jordan Bardella denounced “forced immigration”, “imposed on the French”. “Immigration is a project for them” (the government, Editor’s note), he said, pleading for “a migratory turning point”. “Obviously illegal immigration is a problem,” Gabriel Attal first responded, before continuing: “You are proposing measures without head or tail”, citing as an example the idea of ​​a “double border”. advocated by the RN.

8:49 p.m.

“Remain elegant Mr. Attal, you are Prime Minister, no longer a spokesperson”, tackles Bardella

New tense exchange between the two men. “You spent your campaign attributing to me intentions, proposals, which do not correspond to the project that I am carrying,” said Jordan Bardella to Gabriel Attal, referring to the programmatic changes of the RN in recent years. “You have anti-vaxxers and climate skeptics on your list,” replied Gabriel Attal a few minutes later.

8:43 p.m.

Bardella denounces government’s “unrealistic environmental ambitions”

The debate is now focusing on the question of global warming and ecological issues. Jordan Bardella denounces the government’s “dogmatic” and “unrealistic” positions.

8:39 p.m.

“We have fewer business failures today in France than in Germany,” defends Attal

8:36 p.m.

“I clearly recognize the Prime Minister’s Macronist talent of saying everything and its opposite,” says Jordan Bardella

First exchange of arms between the two men, always around nuclear power. Gabriel Attal’s tit-for-tat response: “It’s better than the lies of the Lepenists.”

8:31 p.m.

“You have considerably weakened our nuclear policy,” says Bardella

The head of the RN list raised the question of nuclear power. “You’re talking nonsense,” retorted Gabriel Attal.

8:26 p.m.

With the national priority, “our companies will lose millions of markets”, accuses Attal

“You are going to cut off the legs of our businesses,” said the Prime Minister, to which Jordan Bardella replied that he was firstly defending “the end of naivety”.

8:18 p.m.

“Jordan Bardella carries a vision which is that of withdrawal”, launches Gabriel Attal

Jordan Bardella, before the Prime Minister’s intervention, had pleaded for “a protective Europe”, affirming that he was not “against the European Union” but wanted to “transform” it.

8:15 p.m.

The debate begins, Jordan Bardella speaks first

The exchange will last 1h30, said journalist Caroline Roux.

7:18 p.m.

A debate that changes everything?

While the debates which bring together all the candidates for the European elections seem to be shunned by voters, the majority hopes that the one which pits the Prime Minister against the head of the RN list will mark a turning point in the campaign. Especially since Valérie Hayer, head of the “Renaissance” list, is significantly behind.

7:16 p.m.

Mistakes not to make during a debate

A debate is often crucial for public opinion, with the slightest error being scrutinized. Here are 6 mistakes not to make.

6:08 p.m.

A look of 2027?

If this debate takes place within the framework of the 2024 European elections, Frédéric Dabi, director general of the IFOP, assures us: this confrontation could take place in 2027, during the next presidential elections.

6:07 p.m.

Where and when to follow this debate?

Gabriel Attal and Jordan Bardella face each other this Thursday evening. Find out on which channel and from what time.

6:03 p.m.

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