The time is no longer for declarations of friendship. Valérie Pécresse estimated Monday that the rallying to Eric Zemmour of the ex-number 2 of LR Guillaume Peltier was “a non-event” because “it has been months since he left us in his head”.
The deputy of Loir-et-Cher “wanted to make a blow of” com “” after having supported Xavier Bertrand, then Eric Ciotti during the last week of the primary of the right but “nobody any more had confidence in him”, added the LR presidential candidate on franceinfo.
The former number 2 of LR, stripped of any management function last May, “was terribly isolated” and “those who support Guillaume Peltier do not win the elections”, she said.
An elected LR supporting Eric Zemmour “excludes himself” from the party
“Peltier is like the migration of wildebeest, he returns to his starting point”, for his part joked about RMC Eric Ciotti, in allusion to the career of the deputy of Loir-et-Cher, former member of the National Front spent at Philippe de Villiers in the early 2000s.
“The real right is me” and “not a commentator who will not be in the second round”, assured Valérie Pécresse, convinced of “winning this presidential election”. As for Marine Le Pen, “nobody seriously thinks that she can lead France”, according to her.
The president of the regional council of Ile-de-France, however, estimated that “anyone who represents a real current of thought must be able to stand” for the presidential election, “this is obviously the case of Eric Zemmour”. But an elected LR supporting Eric Zemmour “excludes himself” from the party, she warned.
Emmanuel Macron’s “talkative presidency”
On the vaccine pass, she assured that the Senate would “modify” the text to “limit it strictly in time” once the pandemic subsides.
Vilifying again “the solitary exercise of power” and the “talkative presidency” of Emmanuel Macron described as “pyromaniac”, the former minister assured him: on the regal “I take up the torch of the right which will be hard with the powerful, the bosses, the thugs ”.
While “practically a quarter of the detainees are foreigners”, she wished “that agreements be made with the countries of origin so that they can serve their sentence there”.
On immigration, she advocated an “asylum procedure at the external borders of Europe”, taking Greece as an example, where she has to go at the end of the week, and which, according to her, is doing “exemplary” work on the subject. .
In terms of the economy, “the one that defines itself at the barycenter of the right” repeated its desire to reform pensions to raise the starting age to 65, promised “the largest decentralization law since Defferre” and argued that “The competence of economic aid should go to the regions”.
Repeating her objective of increasing wages by 10% “up to 2.2 Smic”, or “3,000 euros net” in the private sector, she estimated that in the public sector there was a need for “a business strategy by business” which could include to “buy back the RTT”, and “to revalue the salaries of the teachers”.
“I want an Orsec plan for justice” with 15,000 recruitments, she also said, repeating her promise of a “specialized court” on domestic violence.
The candidate also promised to restore universal family allowances and pleaded for “tax exemption for child support for single mothers”. She has also “not ruled out” having a woman Prime Minister.