The RN Mayor of Perpignan, Louis Aliot, replies to the Minister of Education that “the extreme right is lagging behind in France” and in no way corresponds to his party.
Three days before the debate between the two rounds, duels between supporters of Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen continue. guests from Grand Jury RTLLe figaro-LCI On Sunday, the Minister for National Education, Jean-Michel Blanquer, and the RN Mayor of Perpignan, Louis Aliot, presented radically different visions of society.
Purchasing power, ecology, Europe, institutions… The two camps of finalists in this presidential election continue to face each other on all points and try to dismantle the other’s project.
Jean-Michel Blanquer, therefore, as part of the argument unfolded in recent days by supporters of the outgoing President, warned against “the arrival of the extreme right in France‘ which would lead, among other things, ‘more unemployment“.
An ideological name adopted by the nationalist city council, which was inspired by a “rest on the rightin France, nothing to do with thatnational patriotic movement defending the popular classesand which, in his opinion, is embodied by Marine Le Pen. “These are the fantasies of the left and the extreme left“, he supported.
“Many women wear the veil under social pressure”
Opposite, the member of the government denounced an economic program”Manager“, while those of Emmanuel Macron are about the “work value“.”We have a program that understands how to have both state intervention and private initiative“, he said. Before the attack:It is a reindustrialization program without demagogy. You are very vague about your tax actions.»
In the fight against Islamism, the minister also did the candidate an injustice because she wanted to ban the wearing of the veil in public spaces. A measurement”not feasible» and encouraging «amalgamof Muslims whomostly Republicans“.”Many women wear the veil under the social pressure of a community‘ replied the mayor of Perpignan, making Marine Le Pen and his supporters ‘the first defenders of the French Muslims“.