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Europeans: “In France, there is a left and there is a right,” assures Bellamy

It’s an old divide that François-Xavier Bellamy wants to dust off, less than two months before the European elections.

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Europeans: “In France, there is a left and there is a right,” assures Bellamy

It’s an old divide that François-Xavier Bellamy wants to dust off, less than two months before the European elections. “In France, there is a left and there is a right, and there are responses from the left and responses from the right,” said the head of the Republican list (LR), invited this Sunday by the “Grand Jury RTL-Le Figaro-M6-Paris Première”.

The MEP, whose list is stagnating between 8 and 8.5% of voting intentions, intends to put an end to the Macronist “at the same time”, who had brutally buried the old political world. “The false division that people wanted to impose on us for years has led us into a wall. We were promised a new world, but in reality, there is nothing that works today!”, he mocked, he who “never believed” in Emmanuel Macron’s overtaking.

However, many “right-wing voters” were tempted by the adventure of the head of state. “It’s time to see what they did with your voices,” François-Xavier Bellamy told them. Behind the fictions of the same time, there is a Macronist camp which assumes to be the auxiliary of the left.

However, there is no question of letting Jordan Bardella reap the benefits of the “end of the same time”, professed by his competitor LR. “We should especially not turn to a party that claims to be neither right nor left like the National Rally,” continued the philosophy lecturer. This, while the RN list still has more than 30% voting intentions.

“Jordan Bardella aggregates the votes by saying nothing and doing nothing,” said François-Xavier Bellamy, noting the notable absence of the boss of the RN in the first two televised debates. “We will have to come out of silence and ambiguity. We will be there to remind him of the emptiness of his record,” urged the MEP who wants to play the serious card.

Before recalling that the nationalist party had already come first in the last two European elections: “What did they do with the votes entrusted to them? They will not have moved a single comma in a European text, nor led a single battle in the European Parliament!”

Asked about the slippage in public accounts, and while the right is raising the threat of a motion of censure, François-Xavier Bellamy pointed out “a unique situation in Europe”. “While the government announces a budgetary slippage, all our neighbors are in the process of getting us out of debt,” he illustrated, without returning to the hypothesis of overthrowing the executive. However, there remains one and the same red line: “If there is the slightest increase in taxes, (...) then it will obviously be necessary to protect the French.”

“When you have been in power for seven years, the least you can do is take responsibility,” he added, while the recent deterioration of finances seemed to strain relations between the boss of Bercy, Bruno Le Maire. , and the head of state. “That the president tries to blame Bruno Le Maire, and that Bruno Le Maire tries to blame Emmanuel Macron... It’s sad!”

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