to the programs of the twelve candidates

Almost 48 million French voters are called to vote on Sunday, April 10 and 24, 2022, to elect the next President of the Fifth Republic or perhaps the first President in our history. To see more clearly in the programs promoted for several weeks by the twelve candidates who obtained 500 signatures, here are their main proposals deciphered by our political department. On the list of names determined by the Constitutional Council in early March.

About Nathalie Arthaud’s program for Lutte Ouvrière

After 2012 and 2017, Nathalie Arthaud is running for the presidential election for the third time. The heiress of Arlette Laguiller asserts herself at 52 as the candidate of the “workers” against the “capitalist system” and has published a programmatic book -Communist, revolutionary, internationalist- that Rosalie Lafarge summarizes:

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Nathalie Arthaud’s program

About Fabien Roussel’s program for the PCF

Also at 52, Fabien Roussel is running on behalf of a French Communist Party that had not fielded a candidate for fifteen years in presidential elections. He is National Secretary of the PCF, deputy for the North and municipal councilor of Saint-Amand-les-Eaux in the same department. He wants to forget Marie-George Buffet’s humiliating score in 2007: 1.93%. The former journalist leads a dynamic campaign, focused on optimism, promising the French a “return to happy days” Julie Pacaud:

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Fabien Roussel’s program

About Emmanuel Macron’s show for En Marche

At 44 years old, the candidate for President of the Republic for his re-election continues to be skillful in overcoming divisions, with marked proposals to the right and left. Although the set leans a little more to the right than five years ago. Rosalie Lafarge’s opinion:

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Emmanuel Macron’s program

On Jean Lassalle’s program for Résistons!

The creed of Jean Lassalle, 66, is the revitalization of the territories. He wants to create free zones to encourage the installation of companies in small towns. The deputy from Béarn who likes to play with his eloquence is running for the second time in the presidential elections. Antoine Marette talks about his priorities:

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Jean Lassalle’s program

On Marine Le Pen’s show for M France

After 2012 and 2017, Marine Le Pen is running for the presidential election for the third time. At 53, the deputy from Pas-de-Calais has decided to address the working classes by highlighting issues of purchasing power. But whoever suspended his presidency of the National Association for his campaign does not forget what constitutes his political DNA: security and immigration. Analysis of Antoine Marette:

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Marine Le Pen’s program

About Éric Zemmour’s program for the Reconquest!

Political journalist Éric Zemmour soon revealed himself as the surprise candidate in this presidential election. The 63-year-old polemicist aspires to achieve “the union of rights.” But his program competes above all with that of Marine Le Pen. Immigration and insecurity dominate its main measures studied by Antoine Marette:

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The Eric Zemmour Show

On Jean-Luc Mélenchon’s program for the Popular Union

As in 2017, one of the great axes of Jean-Luc Mélenchon’s program is to found, if he reaches the Elysee, a Sixth Republic. Objective shown at the age of 70 for those who want to play spoilsport again: to revitalize democratic life in French society. Review of the Insoumis leader’s priorities, including the “ecological bifurcation” and the social emergency, by Claire Flochel:

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Jean-Luc Mélenchon’s program

About Anne Hidalgo’s program for the Socialist Party

The 62-year-old mayor of Paris wants to reconnect with socialism in the first sense of the term and insists first on the purchasing power and wages she wants to increase. Claire Flochel presents the main measures of her project, especially social, although she has abandoned the idea that had been talked about so much: doubling teachers’ salaries. Now it is a question of gradually bringing the remuneration of teachers to the level of that of executives:

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The Anne Hidalgo Show

About Yannick Jadot’s program for Europe Ecology-The Greens

The green MEP is completing his first campaign for the presidency. At 54 years old, the man who led the Greenpeace France campaigns from 2002 to September 2008 presents a program made up of 120 proposals. Unsurprisingly, the main focus is on the fight against climate change, Claire Flochel. In particular, with a phase-out of nuclear power:

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The Yannick Jadot Show

About Valérie Pécresse’s program for Les Républicains

The president of the Ile-de-France region, Nicolas Sarkozy’s former minister for Higher Education and then for the Budget, winner of the LR Congress last December, had to reunite her political family taking into account the very right-wing line of the finalist Eric Ciotti. The candidate thus shows a very firm program on the sovereign. Julia Pacaud:

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Valérie Pécresse’s program

On Phillipe Poutou’s program for the New Anti-Capitalist Party

Philippe Poutou, 55, appears for the third time in the presidential campaign. He got 1.15% of the vote in 2012, 1.09% of the vote in 2017. A dismissed worker at the Ford factory in Blanquefort, a former trade unionist, the opposition municipal councilor in Bordeaux since June 2020 is pleased in having “forced the invitation to the presidential elections” to bring his anti-capitalist ideas to the debate. His priorities analyzed by Julie Pacaud:

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Philippe Poutou’s program

About Nicolas Dupont-Aignan’s program for Debout la France

Nicolas Dupont-Aignan, 61, was already a candidate in 2012 and 2017. As in previous elections, he presents himself as a pro-sovereignty candidate, heir to General de Gaulle, and in particular proposes through 100 decisions that France take France out of the European Union. Union. Antoine Marette Decryption:

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Nicolas Dupont-Aignan’s program

>>> For more analysis on these candidates and their programs, listen Political Notes by Frédéric Says and Stéphane Robert

With the collaboration of Caroline Bennetot and Jérémie Caillet

Presidential 2022: the subjects of concern of the French according to a survey of March 15 and 16.

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