What is the government’s strategy against the far right? Ask us your questions

Faced with polls estimating that the gap between Marine Le Pen and Emmanuel Macron tends to narrow in the event of a face-to-face meeting in the second round of the 2022 presidential election, the executives of the parliamentary majority and the government are stepping up their attacks against the president of the National Rally and try to impose the idea of ​​macronism as the most solid bulwark against the extreme right.

After having considered, during a debate opposing them, that Marine Le Pen “Comes to be a little soft” On the subject of Islam, the Minister of the Interior, Gérald Darmanin, received the compliments of the far-right polemicist Eric Zemmour during a program in which he participated on Paris Première, Wednesday, February 24.

Mr. Zemmour, twice convicted of incitement to hatred against Muslims, told Mr. Darmanin that the law “consolidating republican principles” (said against “separatism”) was “Completely positive”. With these two debates, the Minister of the Interior adopts a firm posture on the ground of the extreme right.

The political columnist for World, Françoise Fressoz, answer your questions from 2.15 p.m.

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Debate between Zemmour and Darmanin. The far-right polemicist welcomes the law against “separatism”.

Debate between Le Pen and Darmanin. Proxy demonization

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