Officials from The Republic on the Move (LRM) have been working for his arrival for several days, in the greatest secrecy: according to our information, the Indian leader Raoni is coming Saturday, September 7, at the summer school back to the party presidential election, dubbed "the campus of the territories", which is held in Bordeaux until Sunday. Several internal sources confirmed to the World its arrival "at the end of the day" .
This figure of the fight against deforestation in the Amazon will be the surprise guest of this large gathering macroniste, which brings together more than 3,000 people - according to the figures given by the organizers -, most of the members of the government, parliamentarians, and party cadres. His presence, expected around 18 hours, pleased the leaders of LRM, who intend to make a symbol of the will of the executive and the majority to focus on the ecological theme.Article reserved for our subscribers Read also For back to school, the government wants to "push the fires on the ecology"
"This campus was organized with the objective of being particularly attentive to this subject, which touches the protection of every French," says a tenor of the majority party. In the eyes of the latter, the arrival of Raoni must show that "the entire political spectrum must be sensitized to the climate emergency" and that "the ecological emergency does not belong to a party, but to all humanity » .
The arrival of the Indian chief should make it possible to make credible the offensive of the executive which displays in this return its voluntarism in the fight against the global warming. A green shift, considered by the opposition as an "electoral" maneuver, in the context of the March 2020 municipal ballot.
"A happy combination of circumstances"
During the great Macronist raid, Raoni must speak to "explain what is happening in the Amazon and witness dramatic changes since the arrival of Bolsonaro in Brazil," said an elected representative of his invitation. The biggest rainforest in the world has been nibbled for weeks by fires, which experts believe are largely due to deforestation, which has been rapidly increasing in Brazil since the beginning of the term of the new president, Jair Bolsonaro. This phenomenon provoked at the end of the summer a diplomatic crisis between France and Brazil.