A glimmer of hope among the Insoumis as the gap with Marine Le Pen narrows

Emmanuel Macron: “Don’t make a mistake, nothing is certain”

The outgoing President was speaking from Hall 8 of the Porte de Versailles exhibition center in Paris, where his election night is taking place. The outgoing President received 28% of the vote, according to the latest estimates from Ipsos and Sopra Steria. “This Sunday, April 10, you were more than 36 million to assert this right conquered from previous generations that is the right to vote and I thank all our countrymen who voted for my candidacy. Your trust, your trust honors me, obliges me, and obliges me.”begins with the statement by Mr Macron.

“I would like to welcome all the candidates, Nathalie Arthaud, Nicolas Dupont-Aignan, Anne Hidalgo, Jean Lassalle, Yannick Jadot, Jean-Luc Mélenchon, Philippe Poutou, Fabien Roussel and Eric Zemmour.”said the presidential candidate, urging the public to applaud his competitors. “We defend our beliefs vigorously, but respect each individual”explains Mr Macron before continuing: “I would like to thank Anne Hidalgo, Valérie Pécresse, Yannick Jadot and Fabien Roussel for supporting me tonight. » “Some will do it to block the far right and it will not be worth supporting, I respect it”notes Emmanuel Macron, referring to Jean-Luc Mélenchon – “I want to acknowledge your clarity”he comments.

“I want to reach anyone who wants to work for France. I am willing to invent something new to bring beliefs and sensitivities together.”the President of the Republic declares before delivering a speech to Marine Le Pen’s voters: “I want to convince them in the coming days that our project responds to their fears and the challenges of the time much more solidly than that of the extreme right. » “Make no mistake, nothing is decided and the debate we are going to have over the next two weeks is crucial for our country and for Europe.”then warns the candidate.

Mr. Macron then unfolds his political ambitions by implicitly opposing the program of the extreme right: “I want a France that faces the climatic and ecological challenge” ; “I want a France that takes decisive action against Islamist separatism (…), A France that prevents Muslims or Jews from eating as their religion dictates, that is not us.”“The only project for purchasing power is ours! »then proclaims Emmanuel Macron in a clear reference to Marine Le Pen’s campaign. “In the coming days we will spare no effort because nothing will be done”finally said the presidential candidate.

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