Nearly a hundred days after the presidential elections were held in France, the brilliant expansion of the country’s new crown pneumonia epidemic has cast a shadow over the pre-election campaign, including the current President Emmanuel Macron and conservative candidates. Valerie Pecres According to the latest polls they were the most popular in the beginning.
Every day, there are more than 200 000 cases -The country’s records-an incidence of nearly 800 per 100,000 inhabitants, hospitals are saturated…Like many European countries, France has relived the worst days of the pandemic (April 2020 and November 2020) pain).
Less than four months away from the first round of presidential elections on April 10, 2022, the country’s attention is focused more on new measures to stop COVID-19 in 2022 than on candidate recommendations.
Political rallies will be affected. While their celebrations and their capacities are protected by the Constitution, they cannot be restricted in any way. However, several political parties, one of which is the president of LREM have stated that they will comply. 2,000 people indoors, 5,000 people outdoors,This product is suitable for use in movie theatres and concerts.
How the French cherished restrictions on political debate will affect is anyone’s guess. The postponement or postponement, either of the presidential or legislative elections, is not of any importance at this point.
France will be full in 2022 of political commitments He assumed the rotating presidency for the European Union starting January 1. Macron is expected to confirm his five year re-election candidacy in the next month.
“It will take longer for current president to confirm their resignation as normal. Usually it happens in February. But this time it could even happen in January”, explained Effie, the political scientist Gaspard ganze Er, communications advisor to the former socialist President. Francois Hollande (2012-2017).
Gantzer is a connoisseur of the twists and turns of the Elysée Avenue since Pécresse Early December: Elected presidential candidate Los Republican Party (LR), radicals from the traditional right-wing party Los Republican Party (LR) initiated it.
He stated, “The issue now is not who can beat Macron, but which candidate defeats Pecres.” All polls show that the current president is leadingWhether you are in the first turn or the second, it will all be before the two extremes to the right. Marina Le Pen Eric Zemo.
However, the Paris region’s current president rushed to the podium and opinion polls almost always rank her in the second round. This is slightly more than the far right. Some investigations allowed her to beat Macron.
Conservative candidate, she claims she is a“Two-thirds Merkel, one-third Margaret Thatcher”, Would have agreed to abstain in the second round of planned left-wing voters because they hated Macron’s liberal policy.