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Presidential 2022. In front of the Louvre, Marine Le Pen revives her duel against Emmanuel Macron

In a video broadcast on social networks this Saturday, Marine Le Pen stages herself in front of the Louvre museum, to launch her campaign by delivering “a message of mobilization and hope”.

And the place chosen owes nothing to chance. “It is here, five years ago that Emmanuel Macron began a five-year term that[il] presented as ambitious, recalls the candidate of the National Rally. Five years later, the promise of this ‘confidence which obliges’, of this exhibited benevolence, of this proclaimed reconciliation, of this affirmed humility, of this respect for everyone, have vanished. »

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In this clip, Marine Le Pen replays the duel of the second round of the 2017 election. She multiplies the historical references by strolling in the courtyard of the Louvre, “mythical place which symbolizes the continuity of France”. “To definitively close the parenthesis opened five years ago of toxic macronism for the country, I need you by my side”, she concludes in this video, broadcast the day she was to hold a “presidential convention” in Reims, finally postponed to February 5 due to “the health situation”.

Face to face on Europe

Faced with the “mega supra candidate of bankers” (Emmanuel Macron), the deputy of Pas-de-Calais claims to represent “the France of the forgotten” and the working classes. She accuses the head of state of “dividing” the country”, of “persecuting” the unvaccinated against Covid-19, and of sowing “chaos”, where she promises “national unity” and ” tranquility “.

The far-right candidate must also hold a press conference on Tuesday on the presidency of the Council of the European Union by France, the day before a speech by Emmanuel Macron before the European Parliament.

However, the Head of State, who no longer hides his “desire” to be a candidate, intends to highlight this presidency, which began on January 1, as the high point of his mandate.

It is thus for Marine Le Pen to regain her place as the first opponent of Emmanuel Macron and to reinstall the cleavage between the camp of the “globalists”, whom the president embodies in her eyes, and that of the “nationals”, whom she intends to represent.

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The candidate, who has given up on leaving the euro, now defends a Europe “of nations and cooperation” with, underlines MEP Nicolas Bay in Le Point, “real borders” and “having the same civilization in common” .

Eliminate the competition on the right

But if the polls have long indicated that the duel in the second round of 2017 would be repeated in 2022, Marine Le Pen now faces competition in her own camp from Éric Zemmour, who believes that there is “no monopoly on the candidacy national”. But also by Valérie Pécresse, neck and neck with her according to recent opinion polls. The two candidates were even each given, briefly, in the second round in their place.

The member for the Pas-de-Calais is therefore trying to sweep them by putting them in the same bag. She accuses the “candidate of the sets” (Eric Zemmour) of serving as the “stepping stone” to the “candidate of the metropolises” (Valérie Pécresse) thanks to the sponsorships of elected Republicans in favor of the former editorialist.

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Marine Le Pen also presents herself as the only “reasonable” candidate.

When Emmanuel Macron says he wants to “piss off” the non-vaccinated, and Valérie Pécresse brings out Nicolas Sarkozy’s “Karchër” to “clean up the neighborhoods”, she replies that she does not want “to speak loudly, but just”.x

Reference-www.leprogres.fr

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