The last round of the campaign municipal at the town hall of Paris will perhaps not place. In support to the strikers BFMTV, none of the three candidates for the Paris city hall will not participate in the debate originally scheduled for Wednesday evening on the string of information. Anne Hidalgo was the first to announce his renunciation. "I can not close eyes on the situation of these employees, and in these conditions, because the democratic debate must take place under conditions serene, I will not participate in the debate," wrote in a statement that the candidate of Paris in common. Many of the employees of the group NextRadioTV (BFM, RMC) are mobilized Wednesday against a plan of savings that plans to remove nearly one-third of the positions.
The mayor outgoing socialist (PS) has received a delegation of the strikers in the afternoon. After their interview, she asked for the postponement of the debate to Thursday, three days before the second round Sunday 28 June, "in order to respect the right to strike of its employees, that they can voice their demands, for their employment and for a quality information".
Also supportive of the strike, the candidate of the Republicans (LR), Rachida Dati, has proposed to move the debate on Wednesday evening on the radio station RTL. An initiative that has denied Anne Hidalgo. On the side of Rachida Dati, we are assured, be "runners to make the debate this evening, even if Anne Hidalgo is not there". "I met with the representatives of the intersyndicale of NextRadioTV. I suggested they assign a portion of my time and I have been reminded of the importance of this democratic debate, in a campaign unprecedented. They understood and I have not asked for the cancellation of the debate," wrote on Twitter the former keeper of the Seals sarkozyste.
The leader of the Republic in The Market (LREM), Agnès Buzyn, has also made it clear that she was not going to the debate. "It's not going to participate in a debate in which three candidates are not present," said his communications director, Gaspard Gantzer. "We are very committed to the right to strike and freedom of association, but we don't have to express ourselves on the internal organization of firms," he continued, indicating that the former health minister Emmanuel Macron "will examine any new proposal" for debate by the end of the campaign, Friday night, midnight. After this date, the chains no longer have the right to receive from the candidates.15 commentairesRéac1Thérèsele 24/06/2020 at 18:54
Normal ,it is the voice of his master !Jack Baud 1the 24/06/2020 18:49
He should be fired fogiel firstLIONEL BUGESle 24/06/2020 18:46
The politicos protect their friends and their propagandists... on the back of voters...Read the 15 comments