the final sprint is launched

8:39 a.m .: Macron wants to initiate health, education and pension projects from the start of his mandate

“I never believed in the 100-day theory,” slips the president-candidate at the microphone of France Inter. “We can carry out reforms for much longer and redo them afterwards,” adds Emmanuel Macron. “For me, health, education, old age and retirement are reforms that must be launched from the start of the mandate”, while “taking the time for consultation”.

8:10 a.m.: “The company must be able to guarantee 1,800 euros in revenue before ensuring profits”, according to Poutou

For the candidate of the New Anti-Capitalism Party, “small traders, craftsmen, are also victims of capitalism because the big ones eat the little ones”. “The problem is the questioning of this race for profits, judge Philippe Poutou on the set of RTL. […] We must have a company which must first guarantee employment and a minimum income of 1800 euros net. The company must be able to guarantee it before the profits. »

8:06 am: Nicolas Sarkozy was booed by “sad voters”, says Pécresse

On Sunday, the name of the former head of state was whistled during the meeting of the Republican candidate in Paris. “If there are sad voters, it’s the reality”, reacts Valérie Pécresse at the microphone of RTL. “We, we, with infinite respect, applauded Nicolas Sarkozy for the role he had for France,” she adds.

7:52 am: Pécresse accuses Macron of having “spared the extremes”

According to the Republican candidate, Eric Zemmour and Marine Le Pen “are Macron’s re-election insurance”, who would therefore have “spared the extremes” to ensure his re-election. “No minister was authorized to debate with me, accuses Valérie Pécresse at the microphone of RTL. Marine Le Pen refused to debate with me. They wanted to turn me off. »

7:28 am: Le Pen distances Mélenchon, according to a survey

According to the OpinionWay barometer for CNews, Marine Le Pen would get 22% of the vote Sunday next at the end of the first round. The candidate of the National Rally takes off from Jean-Luc Mélenchon, third at 14%. And also grabs points in a hypothetical second round against Emmanuel Macron, with 47% of voting intentions.

7:02 am: Final sprint in the presidential election

In less than a week, we will know the names of the two qualified candidates for the second round of the presidential election. Before the end of the official campaign, the candidates multiply the trips on the ground. This Monday, Valérie Pécresse goes to Guadeloupe and Jean Lassalle to Toulouse. Philippe Poutou will be at the meeting in Bayonne.

7:01 a.m .: Six candidates invited to the mornings this Monday morning

  • 7:30 am – Public Senate: Philippe Poutou (NPA)
  • 7:35 a.m. – RTL: Valérie Pécresse (LR)
  • 8:13/9 a.m. – Europe 1: Jean Lassalle (Let’s resist!)
  • 8h20 – France Inter : Emmanuel Macron (LREM)
  • 8:30 a.m. – France Info: Éric Zemmour (Reconquest!)
  • 8h30 – RMC/BFMTV : Marine Le Pen (RN)

7 a.m.: Welcome to this live broadcast devoted to political news and the campaign for the 2022 presidential election.

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