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Legislative: “We live in a sickening climate, of generalized corruption”, criticizes François-Xavier Bellamy (LR)

2022-05-16T11:38:07.879Z

The MEP criticizes the atmosphere of poaching for the investitures of Renaissance (ex-LREM). Funny atmosphere at LR less than a month before the first round of the legislative elections. The MEP François-Xavier Bellamy holding a neoconservative right, does not appreciate the debates which are currently agitating his political family and the presidential majority. We talk too much "about the question of people" for his taste and not enough "about the political line that will be defended, a



Funny atmosphere at LR less than a month before the first round of the legislative elections.

The MEP François-Xavier Bellamy holding a neoconservative right, does not appreciate the debates which are currently agitating his political family and the presidential majority.

We talk too much "about the question of people" for his taste and not enough "about the political line that will be defended, about the response that the future government will bring to the challenges that are before us", he reproached on Europe 1 this Monday, without citing the challenges he was thinking of.

Rallying to LREM, “it makes no sense!

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"In the nominations, you have a few people who will be approached, recruited, in an atmosphere of total opacity, who could, after having opposed Emmanuel Macron for five years, suddenly come of age" , he regretted.

“But what would it be like, in the middle of a championship, of someone who would leave his team to change his jersey because the team opposite has a better chance of winning?

That does not make any sense !

“A few days ago, the president of the LR group in the Assembly, Christian Jacob, had estimated that there would be” maybe two, maybe three “people likely to join the camp of the macronists, renamed “Renaissance “, like the deputy Robin Reda in Essonne.

In the name of the end of divisions, the “new world” has only justified the most opportunistic contradictions.

What would we say, in the middle of a championship, of someone who would change their jersey because the team opposite has a better chance of winning?

@Europe1 @SoMabrouk pic.twitter.com/OEFxsd0G7R

— Fx Bellamy (@fxbellamy) May 16, 2022

In a soft voice and without emphasizing, the professor of philosophy, who had led the lists of the Republicans to the Europeans, does not appreciate the “climate of generalized corruption” which reigns today.

“In the world before when there were real substantive differences, real intellectual differences between the right and the left, when the cleavage was organized around large political families, there was a clear line;

we would not have imagined that a member from the right would go to the left because his side had lost, that someone, all of a sudden, would decide to say the opposite of what he had been explaining for five years because that he has a chance to find a place in the sun”.

Former Minister Éric Woerth, for example, who joined Emmanuel Macron before the presidential election, "voted against all the budgets presented by the successive governments of Emmanuel Macron", recalls Bellamy.

And to warn: "I do not see how this situation can restore confidence in public life, in political life".

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Bellamy, who was very reserved on the opening of marriage to homosexuals and more recently on access for all to medically assisted procreation, is surprised.

"It's very interesting to see that this new party which claimed to overcome divisions is sometimes much more sectarian than the old world it denounced".

Source: leparis

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