Fabien Roussel “worried” by the “widening gap between young people and the police”
It is the candidate of the Communist Party for the presidential election, Fabien Roussel, who was this Sunday the guest of the Great Rendezvous from Europe 1.
While the news of the week was marked by mortar fire targeting the police in Alençon, and that Friday evening police officers discovered death threats against them in the hall of a building in Savigny -le-Temple, in Seine-et-Marne, he launched: “There is great support from the population towards its police but there is a growing gap between young people and the police, and that worries me. “
“There is police violence (…) but no, they are not systemic”, he also asked.
Poll: 39% of French people “ready” to vote for Bertrand
That the French and LR members want to see Xavier Bertrand complete the presidential picture is one thing, but would they vote in his favor for all that?
Thus, the same survey conducted by IFOP for the JDD this Sunday asked his panel if he would be ready to vote for either of the Republican nominees in the poll. And Xavier Bertrand transforms the test: 39% of French people say they are “ready” to slip a ballot in his name into the ballot box on D-day against only 31% for Valérie Pécresse and Michel Barnier at 29%. Philippe Juvin’s rating stands at 16%, while that of the deputy elected in the Alpes-Maritimes, Eric Ciotti, stands at 15%.
Poll: Xavier Bertrand confirms his status as favorite for the candidacy on the right
Valérie Pécresse perhaps rallies the executives of LR but Xavier Bertrand keeps a head start in the opinion polls carried out around the race for the designation of the right for the presidential election.
This Sunday, in the JDD, a survey operated by the FIFG explored the ratings of the candidates. The study was conducted between October 28 and 29 with a representative sample of 1,507 people aged 18 and over, using the quota method, through a self-administered online questionnaire. The margin of error for this is between 1.4 and 3.1 points.
When it comes to knowing “who” they “wish to see nominated presidential candidate by the LR members during the congress of December 4”, the first interested quote the president of the Regional Council of Hauts-de-France for 45% of them. Its total among right-wing supporters is 35%, and 34% among all French people.
Behind him, Michel Barnier is at least on par with Valérie Pécresse. 26% of activists would even opt for him in preference to the president of the Ile-de-France regional council. 22% of French right-wingers would make the same choice. Only 21% of French people taken as a whole align with this position.
Valérie Pécresse concentrates the hopes of 23% of the inserts, and 24% of our fellow citizens who identify with this political family. On the other hand, it generates a percentage of 26% within the general population. Philippe Juvin, Eric Ciotti and Denis Payre, also candidates, are clearly off the hook.
Macron expresses his hopes before COP26 and recalls that “nothing is ever written in advance”
Saturday evening, in Rome where he participates in the G20 until Sunday, Emmanuel Macron slipped a few words to the JDD, published today in the weekly.
He mentioned the COP26 in Glasgow, a destination to which he will fly in a few hours. “I want to say that nothing is ever written before a COP,” he said, before this international summit devoted to ecology. “Let us not forget that in Paris, in 2015, nothing was decided in advance”, he hammered.
Xavier Bertrand will be our guest this Sunday in BFM Politique at 12 p.m.
The president of the Hauts-de-France Regional Council, Xavier Bertrand, will be our guest in BFM Politics this Sunday at 12 noon. Candidate for the designation of the right in the presidential election, and favorite of the race in the eyes of the public, he now meets new challenges: the device prefers Valérie Pécresse, and supporters make the eyes of Chimene to his other rival , Michel Barnier. He will deliver his feelings to our journalist Jean-Baptiste Boursier.
Hortefeux, Charon, Péchenard: Valérie Pécresse is full of support
The JDD brings a lot provided good news this Sunday to the president of the Ile-de-France Regional Council for the LR congress which will appoint the right-wing contender for the presidential election. in an interview published today, Brice Hortefeux, figure of the Sarkozy galaxy, thus gives it “full support”, deeming it “tenacious, tough and efficient”.
The senator of Paris, Pierre Charon, follows suit in the same weekly, even daring to argue that Valérie Pécresse can “turn into a tigress”. The support of Frédéric Péchenard, vice-president for the Ile-de-France region, is also confirmed.
Welcome to our direct to follow the political news of this Sunday
Welcome to our direct devoted to political news which promises to be rich this Sunday.