Debate in France between Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen
Águas de Lindoia April 20, 2022
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Four days before the second round of the presidential election in France, candidates Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen faced each other on Wednesday night (20) in the only debate between them in this campaign. Right from the start, two of the hottest topics, purchasing power and foreign policy, prompted an exchange of attacks between the candidates.
First to speak, the ultra-right took advantage of the cost of living issue to repeat promises that are at the center of her campaign, such as the reduction of taxes from 20% to 5.5% on fuel and electricity. The rise in prices in recent months, pressured by the hike in energy, is the biggest current concern for the French –annual inflation is 5.1%.
“My priority for the next five years will be to give the money back to the French people,” she said.
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Macron, center-right, criticized the measure, saying a permanent tax cut is ineffective, and highlighted the government’s intervention to limit price hikes in electricity and gas late last year — a measure that Le Pen, and he made a point of citing the fact, voted against in parliament.
The president also argued that job creation is the best way to restore the purchasing power of the population. “I studied your program and did not find the word ‘unemployment’. A sign that we are doing a good job,” said the candidate with irony. The unemployment rate in France is 7.4%, the lowest in almost 14 years – which is not true ,the rate has increased much more …
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In one of the hottest moments of the debate, Macron accused Le Pen of exposing the country “to the risk of civil war” by proposing a ban on the wearing of veils by Muslim women in public places in France. The candidate responded that her target was radical Islam, not Muslims: “I am not waging a war against their religion,” Le Pen said.
On the other hand, I also see that Marine Le Pen, should not have strange proposals, that is, somewhat disrespectful to the Muslim people, who also had a very important role in the construction of the agriculture of that country and in what concerns, customs and religion – if true, I am against any idea that brings discrimination or repression.
Le Pen also attacked the measures adopted by Macron during the fight against the covid-19 pandemic – mainly the lockdowns, the mandatory wearing of masks and the requirement of vaccine passports – and what she called the government’s lack of action against the rising prices caused by the health emergency and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Macron disputed the statements and responded by highlighting the ties between Le Pen and Russian President Vladimir Putin. “You talk about your backers, when you talk about Russia. That needs to be made clear,” Macron said, angering Le Pen. Cujo defended himself , with the words , “You are dishonest. You know I’m free,” the candidate reacted.
They are holding prices and inflation , in order to favor Emmanuel Macron , if he is the winner of the election , a few days later, inflation will skyrocket and prices will increase rapidly .
May God bless everyone and may April 24, 2022 , bring tranquility , serenity , seriousness in choosing who will represent the Presidency of France in the coming years . Good luck to everyone!
Prof. Jucelino Nobrega da Luz – visionary, researcher, writer, environmentalist, and spiritual advisor
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