Very active in the National Collection Campaign for
The Europeans, Marine Le Pen was a guest of "The Political Emission" on France 2 on Thursday evening. On the program, the Brexit, the "yellow jackets", the debates and even a surprise by the minister Nathalie Loiseau. Let's sum up the evening.
Brexit: Marine Le Pen welcomes the British observance of "people's will"
Marine Le Pen was questioned about one of the political events of the day: the vote of the British deputies in favor of a postponement of the date of the Brexit and a new vote on the withdrawal agreement of the European Union. The president of the RN welcomed the fact that the parliamentarians voted "against the holding of a second referendum", thus respecting "the will of the people". For the rest, the front-runner expressed confidence that an agreement will finally be reached with the EU. "We have the feeling of a strategy in which the two cars are heading towards one another and it is the one that will deviate at the last moment."
The big debate: "It's not a success"
After two months of exchanges, it is Friday the end of the national debate launched by Emmanuel Macron. A success as the government says? "They can't say it's a success. There are 60,000 people who came to contribute to the site [330.000 contributions ont été déposées]. 9 people out of 10 don't want to come to the Citizens' Conferences. It is not a success. In reality, we can see that the president does not know how to get out of this great debate, "replied Marine Le Pen, adding:" The simple fact of discussing is not in itself sufficient. What is needed is the power heard.
"Yellow vests": no amnesty for hooligans
Marine Le Pen responded to the violence with the demonstrations of "yellow jackets": "Violence against the police cannot be ruled out. Things are very clear. But some have been sentenced for having a mask in their luggage to protect themselves from tear gas The president of the RN said he was shocked "that the minister of justice gave instructions to the public prosecutor. I did not understand this desire to take revenge on these French people who sometimes went down the street for the first time, "denouncing" a police and judicial repression to end the movement with fear ".
Fencing with Matteo Renzi
In duplex from London, the former president of the Italian Council exposed his vision of Europe. But very quickly, the tone is high. "Mr. Salvini won thanks to you and your policy. They tested and did not like. It is said that you look a lot like Emmanuel Macron, I pray for this, so that one day you will be beaten like you", said the frontist. Response of the person concerned: "Mrs. Le Pen, I have lost a few times, but you are still losing. You are the political woman with the greatest defeats.
📹 « @matteosalvinimi He managed to reduce the number of arrivals from #migrants dramatically, with an extremely firm positioning that I wish to implement in France 🇫🇷! " #LEmissionPolitique pic.twitter.com/Y2e99hZqHh
– Marine Le Pen (@ MLP_officiel) March 14, 2019
Nathalie Loiseau is a candidate!
The Minister of European Affairs first of all wanted to underline the contradictions of the RN: "Things are no longer said in the same way. I do not understand why you are masking, that you do not tell the French that you want to leave the EU and you are not "Then it was the chef's surprise at the end of the show." Well done, you managed to change your mind. I entered this phase and I told you that I am not a candidate to lead the European majority list, "he began, sparking the laughter of Marine Le Pen.
"Marine Le Pen, I would like to congratulate you for making me change your mind
I'm ready to be a candidate. "It's official, @NathalieLoiseau announces his candidacy to be at the top of the list @enmarchefr for European #LEmissionPolitique pic.twitter.com/WxdjRTJR0W
– Political issue (@LEPolitics) March 14, 2019
"So tonight, I'm ready to be a candidate, I don't know what the majority will think. But this time I won't miss it," said Nathalie Loiseau. "It's very nice. But it wasn't hyperspontan," the front-end president joked.