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New Year: "start", "mobilization", "change of rules" ... the wishes of politicians for the French


A humorous video by Olivier Faure, calls for "mobilization" for Marine Le Pen or Jean-Luc Mélenchon, a call for a "jolt" of

On Saturday during his wishes to the French, the President of the Republic Emmanuel Macron called for "the unity of the nation" and not to give in to "the spirit of division".

He also confirmed that 2023 would be the year of pension reform, and insisted on the ecological transition.

In the opposition too, the leaders presented their wishes, some in reaction to those of the Head of State, in particular on the reform of pensions.

Marine Le Pen calls for continuing the "jump" of the legislative elections.

Marine Le Pen (National Rally) calls in her wishes for the French to "mobilize" in 2023 to continue the "jump" initiated, according to her, with the election of 89 deputies of the National Rally in the legislative elections of June.

In a video posted on Twitter, the unfortunate far-right presidential candidate says that the year 2022 has been “difficult”, in particular due to the war in Ukraine, an “almost unprecedented energy crisis “, “shortages”, “poorly controlled inflation” and “almost endemic violence”.

May 2023 be for France and for the world a year of rediscovered peace, a year of progress shared by all, a year of individual and collective prosperity.

Very happy new year 2023 to all!

– Marine Le Pen (@MLP_officiel) December 31, 2022

“However, the situation invites all citizens that we are not to fatalism, always sterile and demotivating, but to mobilization”, launches the president of the RN deputies.

“This renewal to which everyone aspires and to which we are working will come, I know, as soon as you decide,” she assures.

Jean-Luc Mélenchon announces that “it will heat up in January”.

The founder of the party La France insoumise (LFI), Jean-Luc Mélenchon was ironic about the speech of the Head of State: “After five years of wishes from #Macron I think they are jinxed.

16 degrees in Paris on December 31.

It's going to be hot in January!

Happy New Year”, while perhaps waiting for more substantial wishes.

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That of "strikes and demonstrations", responds the left to Macron

Olivier Faure: “What if we changed the rules of the game”.

The first secretary of the Socialist Party plays "Macronpoly" against a partner whose face we do not see but who holds the key to the Elysée.

In the “Exemplary Republic” box, the socialist cuts down cards: Alexandre Benalla, Nicolas Hulot or even Damien Abad.

It is also a question of social achievements in danger.

2023: What if we changed the rules of the game?

🎊 Happy New Year everyone!

— Olivier Faure (@faureolivier) December 31, 2022

Eric Ciotti hopes in 2023 for “a burst in the service of the recovery of our country”.

The new President of the Republicans Eric Ciotti hopes that 2023 will be “the base of this recovery which our country needs so much around the values ​​and convictions, those of the Republican right”.

And to quote “our public services which have never been so weakened”, “our law enforcement agencies have never been so attacked”.

“2023 must be the year of new French hope”

This evening I want to express to you all my warmest wishes for this new year!

2023 must be the year of new French hope, a leap forward in the service of our country's recovery.

— Eric Ciotti (@ECiotti) December 31, 2022

François Hollande hopes that the new year will show “the superiority of democracies”.

Former Socialist President François Hollande warns, in a written message, that “the year that is ending has been one of great upheavals (…).

The year which opens can be that of all the dangers”.

And to quote “the escalation of conflicts on a planetary scale, the cruel repression of peoples and in particular of women claiming their rights, the rise of inequalities in the face of the recession which is announced”.

According to him, “the answer cannot lie in closing down, withdrawing or exacerbating fears.

It would be choosing regression and decline.

On the contrary, 2023 must demonstrate the superiority of democracies over authoritarian regimes”.

"So let's get rid of anything that could unnecessarily divide us or stigmatize the most fragile," he continues.

Source: leparis

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