desolate. This is what it feels like to present the electoral plan of socialist candidates for Paris’s presidential elections in April. Anne Hidalgo. The Paris mayor chose to get involved in her campaign. It failed to appeal to French voters because she was PS elected in OctoberTo celebrate, bury his surprise Dec. 8, 2010 proposal. Primaries for civic officeTo conquer the Elysee, choose a candidate to the left.
Her opponent, who is leading her in polls, has categorically refused the opportunity to step aside for a hopeful socialist. 4% voting intentSo the black demo perspective has been PS has been skeptic about the suitability and qualifications of its candidates.. This party could even split into those who support Hidalgo as well as those who support Hidalgo Christian Taubira, former attorney general Francois HollandeThe polls show that he has 3.5 per cent support and will announce his candidacy this Saturday.
The second round of selection has not been attended by any candidate left of the incumbent president. Emmanuel MacronFrance’s lefties with 9.5% voting intention seem to be in agreement Jean-Luc MelenchonIt seems to be preferred by the French, followed closely by environmentalists Yannick YadotAbout 7%. Jado does not want to abandon his presidential ambitions, just as he did in 2017 when he supported the socialist candidate. Benoit Harmon6.36% of them achieved the worst PS results (until then).
The French left is being atomized to such an extent that it has been called “atomization”. Macron’s total number of applicants is equal to Macron’s.With 24 percent of the vote, he was the leader. Conservatives are contesting second place and the right to participate in the second round. Valerie Peckless (Republican)The far right Marine Le Pen (National Rally)The tie with 16%.
Between 70 MeasurementsShe is hoping to attract the French with socialist promises Raising the minimum wage 15% (€200), setting the retirement age at 62, a €5,000 insurance premium for young people over 18, a nuclear blackout in 2050 and a Each year, 15 billion euros are allotted for the energy transition.Hidalgo describes his platform as “leftist-educated, socialist, social-democratic and social-republican, far beyond partisan considerations”.