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11h44 : “The third major priority is ecology, it’s the business of the century, we know that.”
11h43 : The second axis of the priorities of the candidate Taubira revolves around social justice. It proposes in particular to revalue the minimum wage to 1400 euros net per month.
11h39 : “Our young people must be able to study, because they are our future.”
Christiane Taubira now presents her priorities, starting with youth. It offers an income of 800 euros per month for 5 years to allow young people to study without having to work.
11:36 : “I am a candidate for the presidency of the Republic”, announces Christiane Taubira.
11:34 am : “I am committed to you because I share with you the aspiration for another mode of government. We want a government that knows how to listen and decide clearly. We want a government that knows how to listen to our abilities rather than infantilizing us …”
Christiane Taubira uses the figure of speech of the anaphora to draw the type of government she wants for France.
11h32 : “#Taubira is the only one who can still bring the left together. Let’s all participate in the popular primary”, launch two elected PRG from Vaulx-en-Velin who sit in the PS majority of the mayor @HeleneGeoffroy. “We chose Taubira, the best” https://t.co/361wIQbUWg
11h32 : Despite the freezing cold, the people of Lyon are beginning to gather on the esplanade of the climb to the Grande Côte (Lyon 4th). Local elected PS and environmentalists made the trip. The president of the radical party @Lacroix_PRG and the former PS deputy @christianpaul58 are also in the game. https://t.co/RWteUsSYbS
11:31 a.m. : Hello everyone ! Today, I bring you to life for @franceinfoplus the speech of @ChTaubira from the Croix-Rousse district in Lyon. The former Keeper of the Seals must officially declare his candidacy for the presidential election. #Taubira https://t.co/d7Zo0hJmY8
11:35 a.m. : “I see those hopes stubbornly nurtured.”
Christiane Taubira is speaking at the moment from Lyon, where she must announce her intentions for the presidential election. Our journalist Antoine Comte is on site.
11h08 : “Looking for sponsorship”, title on its side The voice of the North. The daily followed in the wake of the supporters of Jean-Luc Mélenchon in search of the 500 promises of signatures of elected officials necessary to present themselves.
11h02 : “The threat of abstention weighs on the presidential election”, warns Le Figaro. “The candidates are worried, while the French have still not entered the campaign.“
10h42 : “It’s here [au Louvre] that we are going to close the Macron parenthesis, the parenthesis of a policy which has made the French suffer a lot, which has greatly weakened our country.
Marine Le Pen officially launches today in the race for the Elysée with a speech recorded at the Louvre and which will be broadcast at midday. By choosing this place, where Emmanuel Macron had celebrated his victory against her in 2017, she hopes to revive her duel against the outgoing president.
10h38 : “Division is assured defeat”, warns once again on franceinfo Samuel Grzybowski, co-founder of the Popular Primary. Less than three months before the first round of the presidential election, the organizers of the Popular Primary are presenting this afternoon the modalities of this election, the objective of which is to “cause a rally” left-wing candidates.
09h54 : “Disoriented”, the activists of the Socialist Party regret “the division” from the left. While Christiane Taubira must formalize her candidacy, adding a name to the list of contenders on the left for the 2022 presidential election, franceinfo went to meet activists from the Socialist Party. Disappointed, some prepare to “a useful vote” for Emmanuel Macron or Valérie Pécresse.
10h04 : It will put an end to the (false) suspense, today around noon. During a trip to Lyon, Christiane Taubira must lift the veil on her presidential ambitions, after announcing at the end of December that she planned to be a candidate “facing the impasse” of a left more than ever divided. On this occasion, we come back to five moments that marked the career of the former Minister of Justice.