«Her when she speaks, I understand her, I don’t hear empty and hollow speeches full of uproar“, Considers Jacques Weber in a video message.
British filmmaker Ken Loach as well as French actors Jacques Weber and Jean-Pierre Darroussin have supported Clémentine Autain, LFI-PCF candidate for regional in Île-de-France, in video or written messages unveiled on Twitter. “I read that Clémentine is leading a radical change program that makes the rights and needs of the population her priority. As a friend and as a socialist, I support him“, Writes the director specializing in the great social fights Ken Loach in a message posted on Twitter by the candidate, evoking a”need political representatives who put the interests of ordinary people first».
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In a video, Jacques Weber believes for his part that “the vote can still make the left strongly exist and I urge you all very strongly to vote Clémentine Autain who can bring together all the voices of the left in our regionHe said. “When she speaks, I understand her, she keeps it simple and I hear a program, I don’t hear empty and hollow speeches full of uproarHe adds. More soberly, Jean-Pierre Darroussin explains in another video: “for these regional elections, I really want to vote for Clémentine Autain in Île-de-France and therefore to vote Sophia Chikirou in Paris, that’s it».
Actress Ariane Ascaride had also come to support her during the launch party of her electoral campaign in February. More recently, actress Romane Bohringer participated in her meeting in Montreuil on Sunday.
Clémentine Autain, daughter of the singer and sympathizer of the extreme left Yvan Dautain and the actress Dominique Laffin, is credited with 10% to 12% of the votes according to the polls, neck and neck with the other two left lists, Julien Bayou (EELV) and Audrey Pulvar (supported by the PS), far behind outgoing president Valérie Pécresse (ex-LR), credited with around 34% of the vote and Jordan Bardella (RN), around 17%. Presidential majority candidate Laurent Saint-Martin is credited with around 15% of the vote.
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