You were several thousand to follow the national convention devoted to state authority and national cohesion initiated by Christian jacob, President of the Republicans, and we thank you. Communitarianism, Islamism, terrorism, education, security, law enforcement … Led by Frédéric Pechenard and Gilles Platret, Vice-Presidents of the Republicans, the debates were rich and informed by very interesting interventions from our guests such as the imam Hassen Chalghoumi, Michel Aubouin, Thibault de Montbrial, Georges Fenech or Sami Biasoni, and our parliamentarians, Eric Ciotti, Nadine morano or Eric Diard.
This convention was an opportunity to present the 10 priority proposals from Republicans to restore authority at all levels and reaffirm everything that makes France a nation.
1. Launch a grand regal rearmament plan to give the police the means to do their job: to achieve 1% of GDP for security in five years.
2. Harden the penal response by establishing minimum minimum sentences, removing automatic sentence reductions and tightening up juvenile justice.
3. Execute 100% of the sentences by building 20,000 prison places, charging criminal fines, enforcing community service and deploying geolocated electronic bracelets.
4. Modernize Justice by additional resources and a digitization plan coupled with a new radically simplified Code of Criminal Procedure
5. Control and reduce immigration : to assimilate foreigners, it is necessary to welcome less.
6. Eradicate Islamism by closing radicalized mosques and expelling foreigners on file for radicalization.
7. Entrusting a “new Stasi commission” with the drafting of a secularism code including in particular the ban on the veil for accompanying persons at school and at the university.
8. Make learning French a great national cause for schoolchildren and foreigners alike.
9. Establish civic education assessed throughout schooling and genuine service to the Nation of at least four months.
10. Transmit the values of the Republic, the national story and the chances of success to all students.