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STRAIGHT.  Legislature: Attal, Bompard and Bardella met tonight during the TF1 debate

STRAIGHT. Legislature: Attal, Bompard and Bardella met tonight during the TF1 debate

STRAIGHT.  Legislature: Attal, Bompard and Bardella met tonight during the TF1 debate
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  • 06:20First televised debate between Attal, Bardella and Bompard tonight
  • 06:25

    Debate on TF1: LR submits this issue to the State Council for an invitation

    The right considers it “extremely harmful” that these debates are taking place only in the presence of representatives of the presidential camp, the RN and the New Popular Front. “This debate is organized by TF1 at a time when the audience is particularly large and in an extraordinary context, which will make it the most important moment of the campaign for the first round of legislative elections,” Les Républicans add. Having been refused by Arcom, the party asked the judge for temporary assistance from the State Council. The latter must make a decision in the morning.

    06:20

    First televised debate between Attal, Bardella and Bompard tonight

    The three blocs vying for the legislative elections will face each other in a debate on TF1 tonight at 21:00, five days before the first round. They will be represented respectively by the Prime Minister, the President of the RN and the coordinator of France Insoumise. The debate will be moderated by Gilles Boulot and Anne-Claire Coudray.

    06:10

    For Glucksmann, it is “clear and clear” that Mélenchon “will not be prime minister.”

    “It is now clear and clear: Jean-Luc Mélenchon will not be prime minister, given that all other parties are against it,” Raphaël Glucksmann wrote on X (ex-Twitter) on Monday, after another day marked by controversy on the issue. on the issue of the post of Prime Minister. “Now we can focus on the real problem: preventing Jordan Bardella from being killed? Because this hypothesis is very realistic. »

    06:02

    Good morning !

    And welcome to this live broadcast of the political situation in France five days before the first round of legislative elections.

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    1st round of legislative elections, D-5

    According to our latest Ipsos poll for Le Parisien and Radio France, the National Rally is leading the first round with more than 35%, ahead of the New Popular Front by about 29%. The presidential majority will be 19.5% of the votes.

    The President of the National Rally, who hopes to win a major victory in the early legislative elections, clarified this Monday the main directions of his program. Led by a revival of purchasing power, a perceived turning of the screw on security and immigration policy.

    For his part, Jean-Luc Mélenchon insisted that he is “not a candidate for anything”, while the uncertainty surrounding the prime minister appointed by the New Popular Front (NPF) if it wins the legislative elections creates tension within the country. union of left forces. However, he assured that a rebel would represent the FFP in Matignon.

    Source: Le Parisien

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