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#FRAPoli: Guillaume Peltier: “Macronism has widened the gap between Paris and the territories” – #FrancePolitics #FRPoli

Number 2 of LR and close to the presidential candidate Xavier Bertrand, Guillaume Peltier poses as a slayer of the “bureaucracy” and aims, through a series of proposals, to put an end to the hegemony of the technocrats. A power hampered by the “technos”? The idea seems to be shared …

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#FRAPoli: Annie Genevard: “Why don’t they dare to name the enemy directly? ” – #FrancePolitics #FRPoli

Annie Genevard, Member of Parliament for Doubs, Vice-President of the National Assembly and President of the National Council, was a guest of Sud Radio. She returned to the bill consolidating republican principles, the fight against Islamism and the deconfinement of December 15. The law “confirming respect for the principles of …

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#FRAPoli: Our senators question the government – #FrancePolitics #FRPoli

This Wednesday afternoon, during the government questioning session, five senators from the Republicans group questioned the executive. To begin with, Roger Karoutchi, senator from Hauts-de-Seine, questioned the Prime Minister on the unity of the Republic. “Mr. Prime Minister, the #Nation is not an aggregate of communities but a melting pot …

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#FRAPoli: Labor, Business and Purchasing Power Agreement – #FrancePolitics #FRPoli

Dear friends, dear friends, On Tuesday, December 8, we held our fourth national convention devoted to work, businesses and purchasing power, hosted by Guillaume Peltier, deputy vice-president of the Republicans, Annie Genevard, president of the National Council and Sophie Gaugain, deputy general secretary. The debates were rich and fascinating in …

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#FRAPoli: Frédéric Péchenard: “We need a strong political will to prevent the black blocs from doing harm” – #FrancePolitics #FRPoli

The former director general of the national police who became vice-president LR of the Île-de-France region analyzes the police malaise here. Emmanuel Macron wants to both protect the police and the youth. Is it so scandalous? The President of the Republic is in his role of guarantor of national unity. …

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#FRAPoli: Our deputies question the government – #FrancePolitics #FRPoli

This Tuesday afternoon, during the government questioning session at the National Assembly, six deputies from the Republicans group questioned the executive. To begin with, Fabrice Brun, Member of Parliament for Ardèche, challenged the Prime Minister on the violence during the demonstrations last Saturday. 🎙 @FabriceBrun : “Mr. Prime Minister, hear …

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#FRAPoli: Nadine Morano: “I give my full support to the police” – #FrancePolitics #FRPoli

Nadine Morano, MEP and policy advisor, was Laurence Ferrari’s guest on CNews. She returned to the words of the President of the Republic on police violence, the fight against black blocs, the management of the health crisis and the vaccine policy against the Covid-19. “The remarks made by E. Macron …

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#FRAPoli: Christian Jacob: “Our proposals to promote work and initiative” – #FrancePolitics #FRPoli

On the eve of his party’s convention on labor, business and purchasing power on December 8, the Republican president presents the reforms he is advocating to rehabilitate work. The crisis we are going through has disastrous economic and social consequences: this year, France is likely to post 11% unemployment, 11% …

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#FRAPoli: Eric Ciotti: “Breakers must be prevented from coming to demonstrations” – #FrancePolitics #FRPoli

Eric Ciotti, Member of Parliament for the Alpes-Maritimes and Chairman of the National Investigation Commission, was the guest of the 4 Truths about France 2. He returned to the violence during last Saturday’s demonstrations, the last interview of the President of the Republic and the Republican Principles Bill. Despite the …

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#FRAPoli: Damien Abad: “In times of crisis, people with disabilities are too often on the front line” – #FrancePolitics #FRPoli

People with disabilities suffer even more than the rest of the population from rising unemployment and the spread of teleworking, recalls Damien Abad on the occasion of World Disability Day this Thursday, December 3. The unprecedented health crisis we are experiencing is straining our social and economic life. It asks …

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