for Aubry, Europe is a “social dumping machine”

for Aubry, Europe is a “social dumping machine”
for Aubry, Europe is a “social dumping machine”

Start of the official campaign in France. Countryside for the European elections has officially started on Monday. It will end on June 7, 2024 at 11:59 p.m., the start of the reserve period in France. “To promote voter information”, the Ministry of the Interior has put online its site bringing together the programs and professions of faith of the 38 lists.

The eight main candidates debated on BFMTV. 13 days before the election, Manon Aubry (LFI), Jordan Bardella (RN), François-Xavier Bellamy (LR), Léon Deffontaines (PCF), Raphaël Glucksmann (PS), Valérie Hayer (Renaissance), Marion Maréchal (Reconquest) and Marie Toussaint (EELV) debated Monday evening on BFMTV.

The professions of faith sent in the coming days. The professions of faith of the 38 lists will soon be sent to the 48 million voters. Alongside the main political groups are a myriad of environmentalist, sovereignist and far-left lists. Not to mention those defending children, animals, the international language Esperanto…

12 women at the top of the list out of 38, a record. In total, 12 women (out of 38) are head of the list in France for these elections, or 31.5%, a record. In detail, the heads of the female list are Marion Maréchal (Reconquête), Manon Aubry (LFI), Marie Toussaint (EELV), Hélène Thouy (Animalist Party), Caroline Zorn (Pirate Party), Valérie Hayer (Renaissance), Marine Cholley (Equinoxe), Nathalie Arthaud (Lutte Ouvrière), Selma Labib (Emergency Revolution), Camille Adoue (Workers’ Party), Lorys Elmayan (The Citizen Hive) and Laure Patas d’Illiers (Common Language Esperanto).

Far right in Europe: Macron warns of an “ill wind”. In Dresden, Germany, Emmanuel Macron warned against the far right, “this bad wind” which “is blowing in Europe”, calling for people to wake up to defend democracy. “Let’s look around us at the fascination with authoritarian regimes, let’s look around us at the illiberal moment we are experiencing,” declared the French head of state during a speech to young Europeans during his state visit.

Marion Maréchal wants to get out of the Macron-Le Pen “duel”. For Marion Maréchal, head of Reconquête, a Macron-Le Pen debate before the European elections would be “not useful”, she declared Monday on France 2. “Everyone has seen this great debate which consists of imagining that there is no other perspective than this duel in these European elections”, whereas, proportional voting requires, “whoever votes for his convictions will have elected representatives”.

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