EELV will organize its primary for the presidential election before the end of September 2021

Europe Ecologie-Les Verts (EELV) will nominate its candidate for the next presidential election before the end of September 2021, on the occasion of the future primary organized by the environmental party to decide between the different candidates, he announced on Sunday 22 November .

“The ballot would take place before September 30, 2021 and could present the candidates having received the sponsorships of the members of the council of the ecological pole, made up of delegates of the partner formations”, said the spokespersons of EELV, Eva Sas and Alain Coulombel, in a press release.

The nomination of the candidate and the development of the political project for the 2022 presidential election will be open to all on condition of adhering “To a charter of ecological values”, and pour “A participation at free price from 1 euro”.

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Rousseau, Jadot and Piolle candidates

EELV’s presidential roadmap also plans to open “From next week the dialogue around their proposals with their partners from the environmental pole”. EELV will also offer candidates to participate in “A process of creating, in several stages, a new force in political ecology” whose goal is to“Welcome all those ready to commit to bringing environmentalists to the highest responsibilities”.

The ecological training says it is convinced that the work-study program to Emmanuel Macron “Could not be built without a gathering of environmentalists, left and citizen movements”. Three personalities from the environmental movement have stood for the time being: the former vice-president of the Hauts-de-France region and head of EELV Sandrine Rousseau, the MEP Yannick Jadot and the mayor of Grenoble, Eric Piolle .

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The World with AFP

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