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Le Pen, Taubira, Mélenchon: a decisive weekend for these presidential candidates? – Presidential election
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  • 1 Will Taubira put an end to the (false) suspense?
  • This Saturday, during a trip to Lyon, Christiane Taubira should put an end to the false suspense around her presidential candidacy, at the risk of adding even more confusion within an already largely fragmented left, but that she still hope to collect. At 8 p.m., the Guyanese will also be the “exceptional” guest of the France 2 newscast, where she will be questioned about “her intentions and the main lines of her project”.

    Less than three months from the 1st round, the left will then have, with it, six main candidates, none of whom for the moment exceeds the 10% mark in the polls, whether it is the rebellious Jean-Luc Mélenchon, the he ecologist Yannick Jadot, the communist Fabien Roussel, the cantor of the “Remontada” Arnaud Montebourg, however close to giving up, or the socialist Anne Hidalgo.

  • 2 Popular primary: the list of candidates made official
  • In Paris, this Saturday, the organizers of the Popular Primary will make public the list of presidential candidates on which the registered voters will express themselves during an online vote from January 27 to 30. Among the candidates, figure Christiane Taubira, who indicated that she would “accept the verdict of the Popular Primary”, “last chance for a possible union of the left”. “I accept the risk of democracy,” added the former Keeper of the Seals.

    For the moment, “120,000 registrations are officially validated by the company Neovote, in charge of the ballot”, explains “Le Figaro”. Registration is free, open from the age of 16 and subject only to the conditions of signing a charter of values ​​and a statement of a bank imprint.

  • 3 Le Pen launches his campaign at the Louvre
  • The National Rally had planned to do it “at Versailles and even around the Elysée”, indicates “Le Point”. It was finally at the Louvre that Marine Le Pen shot, on Tuesday afternoon, the short video supposed to officially mark the start of her campaign. “Three sober minutes”, according to our colleagues, which will be broadcast this Saturday, at 12 p.m., on various networks, on the date when its major presidential convention should have been held in Reims, postponed due to covid.

    “This January 15 will mark the start of the duel, shot where the five-year term began and where it will end”, deciphers one of Marine Le Pen’s strategists, evoking Emmanuel Macron’s first speech on the esplanade du Louvre on the evening of her election, in May 2017. The candidate will outline her program there.

  • 4 In an “immersive and olfactory” meeting, Mélenchon wants to repeat the coup of 2017
  • This Sunday, at 2 p.m., in Nantes, Jean-Luc Mélenchon will hold an “immersive and olfactory” meeting, hoping to get back on track for a 2017 campaign hailed for its political and technical innovations, with an unprecedented double meeting (in flesh and bone in Lyon and in the form of a hologram in Aubervilliers).

    Standing out is essential on the left, “family” which, as we have said, should have a new candidacy this weekend in the person of Christiane Taubira, even if none is able to compete with Emmanuel Macron and the straight in the polls.

    Helped by the company Videlio and the scenographer David Mathias, rebellious France saw things big for the first meeting of its candidate in 2022. At ExpoNantes, a structure will be installed whose four walls are 50 m wide and the ceiling will be made up of screens, allowing the broadcasting of 360° images for the 3,000 people in the public. A device diffusing odors will complete the immersion.

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