Marine Le Pen wants to be a “mother” in the midst of her family in Saint-Rémy-sur-Avre

On conquered territory in the small town of Saint-Rémy-sur-Avre (Eure-et-Loir), Marine Le Pen promised to guide France like one this Saturday April 15 between the tobacco bar and the flea market “housewife” and defend them “more vulnerable”.

Unlike Emmanuel Macron, who held a large rally in Marseille, France’s second largest city, on the same day, the far-right presidential candidate chose this city of 3,900 people, where 37.2% of those displaced in the first round for they voted, well ahead of the outgoing president (23.6%).

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RN activists await their candidate firmly near the tobacco bar “Le Maryland”on the church square. “People really change”believes one of them, Erik Michiels, a former physical education teacher who hails from the neighboring town of Verneuil-sur-Avre, where, he points out, there are “two mosques and kebabs”.

The presidential election is for him “It’s a choice of civilization”. he says to himself “shocked” out of “to see more and more veiled women” and would like to ban the veil if it is “noticeable”.

“We are in a dictatorship there”

Near the counter, hidden by a forest of cameras, Marine Le Pen greets customers. “When the people vote, the people win”She introduces the candidate eight days before the second ballot, still worried about her voters abstaining, which cost her dearly in the regional election.

Coming out, she admits to the press that the veil is one “complex problem” and she is not “not blunt”that their controversial ban on street veils will be debated in the assembly. but “We have to solve the problem of women who are being pressured by the Islamists”.

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“Something has to happen, because here we are in a dictatorship”, starts Alain, 61, caretaker in a facility for the disabled. He voted for Nicolas Dupont-Aignan on the first ballot and complains to Marine Le Pen that he was suspended from his post for not being vaccinated against Covid. The candidate promises «reintegration» Supervisor suspended and ” turning back “ unpaid wages. “Compulsory vaccination is an attack on individual freedoms”She says.

As Éric Cailleux, 50, manager of a 5-employee garage, RN voter, told him “collapse under the load”Marine Le Pen proposes that production taxes be abolished and supported “local communities”Favoring local businesses and products. “We are closing beds, bus lines and this creates more difficult living conditions in the countryside”she complains.

“I’ll be your voice”

A disabled person who asks about ground-floor apartments promises to hand over the apartment “norms”as well as a broader policy “For the weakest”. At the flea market, Florence, a vendor, tells her it’s her “Not eligible for help” when markets like his had to close during the Covid, and “Gas has to be paid for”. Marine Le Pen criticizes this “bans” who “got people in big trouble”and presents its flagship proposal to reduce VAT on fuel, gas and electricity.

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“The yellow vests, we’re all here, even those who had more means don’t have any more”says an elegant blonde woman concerned about Emmanuel Macron’s stance in Wednesday’s debate against Marine Le Pen. “I’ll be your voice”replies Marine Le Pen, who says herself “bright”.

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Laurent, 54, returned to alternative medicine after electromechanics, he says “named” to meet Marine Le Pen. He has lived in the city for five years but cannot find a doctor. In particular, the candidate promises him tax incentives for their installation. She further elaborates on the closure of a factory in Chartres “nobody is speaking”and flagellated “This wild globalization, a fool’s market”.

“We can do it differently”she eagerly promises “to lead the country as a mother, with common sense, with consistency, without excess, without excess”. “But considering the tens of millions of French who were not the priority” past governments.

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