Security, education, pensions: What do the twelve presidential candidates offer?

Two questions about the candidates’ proposals regarding security: should the number of police officers be increased or not, and should prison places be created or not? Do education candidates intend to reconsider baccalaureate reform and raise teachers’ salaries? Good news, this topic seems to have consensus! Finally, a delicate and very often commented topic: at what age can we retire? And what is the minimum age they want to give pensioners once they arrive at the Élysée?

security

Nathalie Arthaud, labor dispute

  • Police? No suggestion.
  • More prison places? No suggestion.

Fabien Roussel, Communist Party

  • Police? Recruit 30,000 public agents who form a local police force.
  • More prison places? Find alternatives to incarceration.

Emmanuel Macron, The Republic in Motion

  • Police? Complete the ground presence duplication and create 200 new brigades.
  • More prison places? Create 8,000 prison places by 2027.

Jean Lassalle, let’s resist!

  • Police? Recruit 6,000 gendarmes and police officers.
  • More prison places? Initiate a prison blueprint.

Marine Le Pen, National Rally

  • Police? Complete 7,000 Police and Gendarme Posts.
  • More prison places? Creation of 20,000 additional places to 85,000 by 2028.

Eric Zemmour, recapture!

  • Police? Create a real “local police”.
  • More prison places? Build 10,000 prison slots.

Jean-Luc Melenchon, La France insoumise

  • Police? Restore municipal policing and dismantle BAC and Brav-M.
  • More prison places? Stop prison overcrowding.

Anne Hidalgo, Socialist Parties

  • Police? Recruit and increase field presence.
  • More prison places? Renew the prison park for dignified reception conditions.

Yannick Jadot, ecologists

  • Police? restore trust. No recruitment announced.
  • More prison places? No suggestion.

Valérie Pécresse, the Republicans

  • Police? 5 billion euros to “modernize the means” of the police.
  • More prison places? Create 20,000 prison slots.

Philippe Poutou, New Anti-Capitalist Party

  • Police? Dissolve the special suppression organs (Bac and Brav-M).
  • More prison places? No suggestion.

Nicolas Dupont-Aignan, Off to France

  • Police? Recruit 30,000 law enforcement officers, 10,000 gendarmes and mobile police officers.
  • More prison places? Create 40,000 prison slots.

training

Nathalie Arthaud, labor dispute

  • Back to the reform of the Abitur? Yes, to make this possible for as many people as possible.
  • The teachers’ salary? General increase in all salaries by at least €300.

Fabien Roussel, Communist Party

  • Back to the reform of the Abitur? Cancellation for a return to joint testing.
  • The teachers’ salary? Increase index point by 30%.

Emmanuel Macron, The Republic in Motion

  • Back to the reform of the Abitur? No, but put the math back into the common core.
  • The teachers’ salary? For an upgrade with new missions.

Jean Lassalle, let’s resist!

  • Back to the reform of the Abitur? Yes, to restore it as a national diploma.
  • The teachers’ salary? Improve salary and status.

Marine Le Pen, National Rally

  • Back to the reform of the Abitur? Cancellation of the reform, return of the old general series.
  • The teachers’ salary? 3% per year for 5 years, so more than 15% over the five-year term.

Eric Zemmour, recapture!

  • Back to the reform of the Abitur? Restore old channels.
  • The teachers’ salary? Accelerate career progression and award excellence bonuses.

Jean-Luc Melenchon, La France insoumise

  • Back to the reform of the Abitur? Cancellation to restore the national baccalaureate diploma.
  • The teachers’ salary? Catching up on the index point freeze of 2010.

Anne Hidalgo, Socialist Parties

  • Back to the reform of the Abitur? Yes to review the reform.
  • The teachers’ salary? For an upgrade at the executive level.

Yannick Jadot, ecologists

  • Back to the reform of the Abitur? Yes, wants to introduce a new form of evaluation.
  • The teachers’ salary? General upgrade.

Valérie Pécresse, the Republicans

  • Back to the reform of the Abitur? Improving the current system in a more pragmatic way.
  • The teachers’ salary? Increase the beginnings of the career, in rural areas or in difficult areas.

Philippe Poutou, New Anti-Capitalist Party

  • Back to the reform of the Abitur? Revoke the reform.
  • The teachers’ salary? Gain a lot of weight without a counterpart.

Nicolas Dupont-Aignan, Off to France

  • Back to the reform of the Abitur? Yes, to retake the Republican education high school diploma.
  • The teachers’ salary? + 20% automatically for everyone and 20% against tutoring.

pensions

Nathalie Arthaud, labor dispute

  • Age of entry: 60 years old.
  • Minimum age: €2,000 net.

Fabien Roussel, Communist Party

  • Age of entry: 60 years old.
  • Minimum age: €1,200 net.

Emmanuel Macron, The Republic in Motion

  • Entry age: 65 years.
  • Minimum age: €1,100 net.

Jean Lassalle, let’s resist!

  • Entry age: 62 years.
  • Minimum age: maintaining the purchasing power of pensioners.

Marine Le Pen, National Rally

  • Entry age: 62 years.
  • Minimum age: €1,000

Eric Zemmour, recapture!

  • Entry age: 64 by 2030.
  • Minimum age: €1,300 net. Increase in survivor’s pension.

Jean-Luc Melenchon, La France insoumise

  • Age of entry: 60 years old.
  • Minimum age: €1,400 net.

Anne Hidalgo, Socialist Parties

  • Entry age: 62 years.
  • Minimum age: €1,000 net. Appreciate small pensions.

Yannick Jadot, ecologists

  • Entry age: 62 years.
  • Minimum age: €1,102 at the poverty line.

Valérie Pécresse, the Republicans

  • Entry age: 65 years.
  • Minimum age: No minimum age. Increase in survivor’s pensions.

Philippe Poutou, New Anti-Capitalist Party

  • Age of entry: 60 years old.
  • Minimum age: €1,800 net.

Nicolas Dupont-Aignan, Off to France

  • Entry age: 62 years.
  • Minimum age: Inflation rate index.

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