Three days before the second round of the French presidential election next Sunday, Emmanuel Macron today visited Saint-Denis, one of the left-wing strongholds on the outskirts of Paris, to deliver his speech criticizing the anti-immigration measures. By the Marine. Le Pen.
During an intervention at the venue, the candidate spoke about the specific case of a Moroccan immigrant woman in good condition, a hospital employee and the mother of two children.
“This young woman will be evicted from her community residence and all the social benefits she enjoys will be revoked,” he said.
Le Pen’s government plan, as Macron emphasized, was “a program of civil war, of conflict, if it was fully utilized” and, at the same time, “irregular.”
The outgoing president had already warned of the danger of civil war in a televised debate on Wednesday night, the only direct confrontation between the two candidates, when Marin Le Pen defended the law banning Islamic helmets in public. In traffic or on the streets (use of Islamic veil is already prohibited in schools and other official places).
Macron described the move as contrary to the secular policy of the French Republic.
In the city of Saint-Denis, a city of about 100,000 people north of Paris, where the voter turnout (61%) voted for the Jean-Luc Mன்சlenchon (far left) candidate in the first round of elections on April 10, Macron sought to attract and mobilize these voters. Ignorers.
Following a consultation with supporters of Mélenchon’s France Insubmissa party last Sunday, about 67% of respondents said they would not vote in the second round of the French presidential election, either empty or void.
In the first round of the French presidential election, Macron received 27.85% of the vote, while his rival received 23.15%.
Recent polls suggest President Macron will be in the polls next Sunday.
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