European elections. Who is Édouard Husson, head of the “No! Let’s take charge »

European elections. Who is Édouard Husson, head of the “No! Let’s take charge »
European elections. Who is Édouard Husson, head of the “No! Let’s take charge »

Who is he ?

A former student of the École Normale Supérieure, Édouard Husson is a historian, specialist in the history of Nazism and mass violence and diplomatic relations. He is currently a professor at the Franco-German Institute for European Studies. He also directs the Robert de Sorbon Foundation, dedicated to the dissemination of French language and culture, and in this context, is being sued by eleven employees for “breach of trust” and “moral harassment”.

A young Giscardian in his youth, he served in 2009-2010 in the cabinet of Valérie Pécresse, then Minister of Higher Education and Research. The historian is now close to Marion Maréchal, head of the Reconquest list.

What is his party?

The “No!” list Let’s take charge” comes from the “Stay Free” party. Raised “in the face of the excessive extension of the powers of the European Commission and the irresponsible debt of our country, we have decided to act”. He denounces the government’s 2024 finance law and calls for a tax boycott.

“Collapse, betrayal and failure of ‘established’ political parties, destructive ideology versus complacent oppositions in reality, the time has come to take destiny back into our own hands. »

What proposals for Europe?

The list demands that a substantive debate takes place on European institutions considered dysfunctional and overriding national decisions.

The program does not mention leaving the European Union but advocates the renegotiation of European treaties, ad hoc coordination between States rather than 27, as well as leaving NATO. “We express firm opposition to any European federalism. »

Édouard Husson believes that EU authorities are ceasing their intervention in the following areas: education, tourism, industry, health or civil protection.

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