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On the agenda for Tuesday, March 22
In the post. The government spokesman, Gabriel Attal, is invited on Europe 1 at 8:15 a.m., while the environmental candidate Yannick Jadot is questioned on France Inter from 8:20 a.m. From 10 a.m., Valérie Pécresse, the candidate of the Republicans, will be questioned on RMC. Emmanuel Macron will be the guest between 1 p.m. and 2 p.m., by Wendy Bouchard on France Bleu, as part of the consultation ” My France “.
Expected support. Anne Hidalgo is in a meeting at the Limoges Exhibition Center, Tuesday at the end of the day, with a distinguished guest: the former President of the Republic François Hollande, who had already received her in Corrèze, at the beginning of November. Since then, the Socialist Party candidate has fallen sharply in the polls and Mr. Hollande has been much more discreet about his support, also leaving open the option of going there himself, as our journalist told us. Laurent Telo, last week.
“Values Debate”. The far-right weekly Current values organizes a debate evening in the hall of the Dôme de Paris. “We put everyone around the table”announced the editorial director, Geoffroy Lejeune, in a promotional video: Marlène Schiappa must debate with Eric Ciotti, Valérie Pécresse will answer questions from the editorial staff, before Eric Zemmour, Jordan Bardella and Marion Maréchal.
Hunt. The National Federation of Hunters is holding its general assembly at the Maison de la chimie in Paris, and is taking the opportunity to audition several candidates for the presidential election – in any case, those who have wished: Jean Lassalle, Valérie Pécresse, Eric Zemmour and Fabien Roussel.