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Majority candidates called to sign a charter

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Exemplarity, secularism, “political overcoming”, support for Emmanuel Macron … The candidates of the presidential majority in the June legislative elections must sign this Thursday a charter of 12 commitments, according to the document consulted by AFP.

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Concretely, the investiture of the candidates is conditioned to the attachment in the prefecture to the political box “Together! “, from the name of the confederation of the presidential majority, but also at the signing of this charter.

Social housing and secularism

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This is based on “ethics and the pursuit of the moralization of public life”, with for example provisions on the occupation of social housing, candidates being invited to leave it “as soon as possible if they no longer meet the eligibility criteria.

On the front of secularism, the candidates must defend a secularism “within the strict framework of the law of December 9, 1905”: “no belief or religion can be neither privileged nor discriminated against”, is it written. On the political “method” aspect, “the candidates undertake not to be the candidate of a political camp but to represent all the citizens of their constituency”.

314 deputies in 2017

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The ecological commitment is also there. All are also invited to support “all the commitments made by Emmanuel Macron to the French and the French in the context of the two rounds of the presidential election”.

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In 2017, 314 deputies had been elected under the LREM label before departures and defectors brought this figure down to 267 at the end of the legislature. For the time being, the majority has filled 548 constituencies out of the 577, and should ultimately give up presenting candidates in around fifteen territories.

Source: 20minutes

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Janice Thomas is a content editor at 24 News Recorder. She has 5 years of journalism experience and she he is a graduate of Wittenberg University and holds a master’s degree in journalism from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.

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