Frédéric Lefebvre, co-founder of Agir, announces his accession to La République en marche
The former minister of Nicolas Sarkozy announced Thursday in Le Figaro have joined the majority party. & quot; A sign of renewed confidence in Emmanuel Macron & quot; explains the one who will remain a member of Agir.
The former minister of Nicolas Sarkozy announced Thursday in Le Figaro have joined the majority party. "A sign of renewed confidence in Emmanuel Macron," says one who will remain a member of Agir.
The co-founder of Agir Frédéric Lefebvre, former minister of Nicolas Sarkozy, announced Thursday his parallel membership in La République en marche, as a sign of "renewed confidence in Emmanuel Macron". Frédéric Lefebvre remains vice-president of Agir because "LREM and Agir expressly provide in their statutes dual membership," he said in an interview with Le Figaro .
"At the moment when the President's majority is open to us sincerely, under the active and positive impulse of President Macron, this voluntarist act, which does not call into question my commitment in Agir, is first of all a sign of renewed confidence in Emmanuel Macron ", explains the former deputy.
"Let's add wherever we can"
Since September 2018, Acting has been gathering former pro-Macron LR members. The party, chaired by the Minister of Culture Franck Riester, had made an alliance with LREM for the European elections. "Addition wherever we can, favor our common vision for our territories", exhorts Frédéric Lefebvre in the perspective of municipal.
He also explains that he did not join LREM as soon as he left LR because he considered that "the steering left, under cover of non-alignment, allied to the drift of LR that fricote since with the extreme right, could make disappear definitely the right for which (he) has (had) militated for thirty years ".