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“Farewell Macron”, “crucial year” … wishes to the French presidential candidates

A must for every President of the Republic, New Year’s greetings are just as essential for oppositions. Particularly in the presidential year. Aware that once unveiled, the presidential wishes monopolize the attention, a good part of Emmanuel Macron’s opponents anticipated him this Friday, for the most part by a video message posted on social networks.

Glasses over his eyes, a bust of Napoleon and a few books behind him, Eric Zemmour assured, facing the camera, that “the coming year will be a very important year, one that remains forever etched in history. of France “. “2022 will be the year of the last chance, we cannot give up, only we can decide, I need you”, launched the far-right candidate, against the backdrop of images of his meetings . “Goodbye weakness, resignation and submission, goodbye Emmanuel Macron, hello France, the reconquest begins this evening at midnight”, he said in reference to the name of his political party.

For Marine Le Pen too, who made the choice of a flowery decor, “the year 2022, the year of a great political choice, will be for you and for us, French, a crucial year”. “I invite you not to watch or wait for the presidential election, but to do it,” added the RN candidate, anxious to mobilize her voters, who had sometimes deserted the ballot boxes at the last regional ones. “Let us all be aware that the people only have the nation to defend it and the nation only has the people to defend it,” she stressed.

“A left that must unite” for Hidalgo

On the left, the socialist candidate Anne Hidalgo, proposed to the French to follow with her “the path of courage and justice”, “a difficult path”, but that of “salvation”. For the mayor of Paris, who wants “a France reconciled in justice, a France united around the values ​​of the Republic, a France for all”, “there is a republican, social, ecological and progressive alternative”.

“This is the goal of a left which must unite, as I proposed, and as I will continue to do without ever being discouraged”, added the one who called for a primary on the left to put an end the scattering of applications and while Christiane Taubira, possible candidate, also calls for union.

In front of the replica of the Statue of Liberty on Île aux Cygnes in Paris, Debout la France’s candidate, Nicolas Dupont-Aignan, presented himself as the herald of “freedom” and called for “ democratic leap to restore power to the French people ”. Other candidates’ wishes must be unveiled during the day of this Friday.

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