Marine Le Pen denounces the climate “anathemas” created by Emmanuel Macron

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1:14 p.m : “The planet is the only one we don’t give gifts to in your program”She launched Gabriel Attal to Jordan Bardella. The government spokesman asserted that Marine Le Pen’s program promised the opposite “setbacks” on the environment. “The voice for the climate is the voice of Marine Le Pen” replied the MEP from the National Rally, recalling that the government was condemned for inaction on climate change.

12:53 p.m : In that lap-to-lap time, all eyes are on Jean-Luc Mélenchon, the third man on the first lap, finishing just behind Marine Le Pen. On Twitter, the broadcaster BFMTV announces that it will receive the leader of rebellious France on Tuesday at 6.50 p.m. for his first television intervention since Sunday.

12:45 p.m : Jordan Bardella and Gabriel Attal are the guests of the “Political Questions” program on franceinfo. To follow it, go to our live.

12:55 p.m : “I am the victim of anathema if I want this campaign to be argument against argument, project against project.”

The Rallye National candidate has been invited by France 3 this afternoon. It goes back in particular to what Emmanuel Macon said yesterday at his meeting in Marseille: his rival said it was Marine Le Pen “climate skeptic”which the candidate refutes.

12:56 : Here’s what to remember from this morning’s news:

Moscow intensifies its attacks on the Ukrainian capital. “In the night, high-precision missiles fired from planes destroyed a munitions factory near Brovary in the Kyiv region”, announced the Russian Ministry of Defense in a press release on its Telegram channel. Follow the situation live.

Two-thirds of Jean-Luc Mélenchon supporters interviewed by La France insoumise choose not to vote for Emmanuel Macron. In the consultation conducted by the party according to its supporters, the empty or zero vote came first with 37.65% of the 215,292 votes cast. Follow our life.

The cobblestone season ends with the 119th edition of Paris-Roubaix. In this queen of the classics, we were able to witness a duel between Mathieu van der Poel and Wout Van Aert. Follow our life.

12:57 p.m : “You don’t win as many votes because you usually go to the most convinced ones, that is, those on the other side who won’t vote for you and those on your side who will surely vote for you. The margin to move the number of votes is therefore quite small. But this time there is an additional element: because the abstention is so strong, the only meeting to think about the presidential election is this debate, so maybe you can move some votes there.”

Great pressure on the two candidates as the debate between the two rounds draws near. And for a good reason “The slightest mistake can make you lose the debate”, warns Nicolas Sarkozy’s former communications adviser, Franck Louvrier, interviewed by franceinfo.

12:14 p.m : A week before the second round, Marine Le Pen and Agriculture Minister Julien Denormandie are guests on the program “Sunday in Politics” on France 3. You can follow them live.

12:04 : In the consultation that Jean-Luc Mélenchon carried out with his supporters before the second ballot, the blank or zero vote came first with 37.65% of the 215,292 votes cast. You can find our article here.

12:57 p.m : “There is no gap, these are more tactical than substantive differences.”

Almost two-thirds of Jean-Luc Mélenchon supporters polled by La France insoumise during a consultation chose not to vote for Emmanuel Macron. Eric Coquerel, deputy of La France Insoumise, commented on these results on franceinfo this morning.

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12.00 : The article tries to explain why an age limit or weighting of voting rights should not apply and what ethical questions this would raise. ⤵

11:59 : The aim of this article was not to point the finger at part of the voters and even less to wish for their exclusion, but to wonder at the confusion of a part of the youth ⤵

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11:59 : Our senior vote article got you reacting in the comments earlier this morning. We reply on Twitter.

11:40 a.m : Do the polls influence the vote of the French? Some accuse them of preferring a vote “useful“, last Sunday and therefore falsified the result. So should they be deleted? Franceinfo wondered.

11:04 : “I object to the idea of ​​big clogs and crafts.” On the Europe 1 microphone, Clément Beaune returned to the green-tinted speech Emmanuel Macron gave in Marseille yesterday. While the presidential candidate spoke of “ecological planning”, a project led by the candidate from La France insoumise, the Secretary of State for European Affairs admitted that on the issue of the environment “Jean-Luc Mélenchon embodied a hope“, especially “for young people” : “you have to hear it”. However, this interlude “That’s not a green and that’s not a spin on the wing. That was already part of the program in the first round.” he defends.

10:35 a.m : “Everything has disgusted me in this five-year term. I find Macron dangerous, just like Marine Le Pen.”

Like many of Jean-Luc Mélenchon’s voters, this sixty-year-old wants to vote white next Sunday. Others will abstain. Some say they are waiting for Wednesday night’s debate. Discover our gallery with 10 testimonials here.


10:52 : Hello Hello. The results of this consultation, carried out by France insoumise with people who supported Jean-Luc Mélenchon’s candidacy, have just been published on Jean-Luc Mélenchon’s website.

Of 215,292 people polled, 81,051 or 37.65% would like to vote blank or zero. 71,899 or 33.40% voted for Emmanuel Macron and 62,342 or 28.96% abstained. Voting for Marine Le Pen was not among the options.

10:30 am : I wanted to know if you have any news about the consultation of the unruly France for the second round.

10:52 : “The aim is to ensure that the veil is no longer worn in French society”, explains this morning Jordan Bardella, guest of Europe 1 and CNews. “It has now become a political signcontinues to support Marine Le Pen, adding that the National Rally “do not wage a religious war”.

10:14 a.m : What Sunday newspaperthis morning he is putting the programs of the two candidates back to back. “Debate, government, pensions, ecology…”, Here’s what Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen did “to prepare”.

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10:52 : In one this morning, Paris Sunday looks back at the history of relations between National Assembly candidate Marine Le Pen and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

10:52 : The environment is front page news this Sunday. Following Emmanuel Macron’s speech at his meeting in Marseille – a speech that turned resolutely to environmental issues – the daily press noted the arrival of the “green” issue in a campaign that had scarcely mentioned the issue before.

09:51 : “Marine Le Pen scares me.”

This 19-year-old bakery worker, who voted for Jean-Luc Mélenchon on the first ballot, tells herself “Definitely vote for Macron” second. Another Mélenchoniste is also listening “Choose Macron without illusions, but without hesitation”to the “stop far right”.


09:51 : You hold some of the keys to the second ballot: the voters of Jean-Luc Mélenchon, who finished third last Sunday, are coveted by Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen. A week before the final vote, who do these citizens lean towards and where do they stand with their reflections? Guillemette Jeannot, Robin Prudent and I met her in several cities in France, together with the photographer Pierre Morel. References.


10:42 : On the set of franceinfo, Julien Bayou returned to the result “disappointing” environmental candidate Yannick Jadot, who received 4.7% of the vote. The national secretary of Europe Ecologie-Les Verts has called on his party to do so “Ask questions and learn”. And in addition during a “Federal Council” organized on Saturday, Julien Bayou asked for the production “a kind of notebook of grievances for the militants to voice their feelings”.

10:48 : “An environmentally friendly Emmanuel Macron, I don’t believe in that”.

The national secretary of the EELV, Julien Bayou, confirmed this morning on franceinfo that he has none “No Reason to Believe” the green promises of the presidential candidate, who spoke at length about the environment at his meeting between the two rounds in Marseille yesterday. Follow our life.

10:49 : “The Nazi Party Congress is a threat to the fundamental rights of citizens and employees” and “cannot be regarded as the Republican parties, respectful and guarantors of our motto, Liberty, Equality, Fraternity.”

In a column published in the Sunday newspaperthe CFDT and CGT secretaries general never mention the name of Emmanuel Macron, who will run against Marine Le Pen in the second round of the presidential election, and believe so “The danger of seeing the extreme right in the Elysée Palace has never been so great”.

10:51 a.m : We open ! Here’s what to remember from this morning’s news:

Russia claims to control almost all of the Ukrainian city of Mariupol and has issued a fresh call for the last Ukrainian defenders to lay down their arms “Be assured of having saved your life”. Enough to let President Volodymyr Zelensky say that the situation in this strategic port was good “inhuman”. Follow the situation live.

• Louis Aliot denounced this morning on franceinfo “Investigations without an adversarial principle” neither “Respect for the rights of defense” during Marine LePen is accused of misappropriating public funds in the European Parliament according to an EU report. The organization speaks of a sum of 137,000 euros. Three other former MPs, including Louis Aliot, are being targeted. Explanations here.

Emmanuel Macron spoke a lot about ecology at his meeting in Marseille yesterday. Planting 140 million trees, tackling open dumps and a prime minister directly responsible for ecological planning: the president spoke green in front of 2,000 to 3,000 people for more than an hour.

The cobblestone season ends with the 119th edition of Paris-Roubaix. In this queen of the classics, we were able to witness a duel between Mathieu van der Poel and Wout Van Aert. Find our article.

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