After Eric Zemmour’s comments on disabled students, Damien Abad asks for a public apology
On Friday, during a trip to Hauts-de-France devoted to education, the far-right candidate for the presidential election Eric Zemmour said he wanted to enroll in establishments apart from students with disabilities.
Comments that Damien Abad, president of the LR deputies, considered “scandalous”.
“This segregation on all floors is an absolute disgrace. Yes we must be obsessed with inclusion. I demand a public apology,” he said on Twitter.
Tensions between Edouard Philippe’s new party and the presidential majority
While Horizons, the party launched in October by former Prime Minister Edouard Philippe, was to merge with Agir, a small party led by Trade Minister Franck Riester, Emmanuel Macron opposed this operation.
As a result, the merger did not take place. A position of the President of the Republic judged as a “bad way” by the entourage of Edouard Philippe, as the report The world. Thus, the formation of the mayor of Le Havre has decided to suspend its participation in the “common house” of the majority, which aims to bring together all the Macronist parties as the presidential election approaches.
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Pécresse in Greece, Hidalgo in Villeurbanne … Many candidates on the move this Saturday
While Christiane Taubira is expected in Lyon to formalize her candidacy, many of her future competitors are also on the move.
Valérie Pécresse is in Greece this morning, for a trip dedicated to the control of migrants. She met Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis there.
Anne Hidalgo, candidate of the Socialist Party, is located in the Lyon suburbs, in Vaulx-en-Velin and Villeurbanne.
As for Eric Zemmour, he is traveling in the Aisne. In particular, he must go to the construction site of the Château de Villers-Cotterêts at 10 a.m.
Christiane Taubira must formalize her candidacy this morning
The former Keeper of the Seals must announce his candidacy for the presidential election this Saturday morning, during a trip to Lyon.
This formalization must take place during a militant rally for the union of the left, in the district of Croix-Rousse.
During her speech, Christiane Taubira should “talk about her vision of France, what the left can bring to France and what it can bring”, as indicated by Guillaume Lacroix, president of the Radical Party of left.
Welcome to this direct, dedicated to the political news of this Saturday, January 15, 2022.