"All my life has changed with this video": Jacline Mouraud did not expect her filmed fire to reach millions of views in a few days, throws it into the limelight and triggers a social movement nationwide.
Nor did she expect to become the "spokesperson of the people who suffered". The old voice of the yellow vests tells the thousands of messages that immediately paraded in her mailbox: "It's as if I had become the confidante of the French".
But since this tumultuous period, the Breton woman has distanced herself from a movement of which she criticizes the passage to violence, "which did not correspond to 80% of the people, the moderates, returned home".
When asked if she supports Act 53, which is preparing for Paris on Saturday, November 16th, the answer is: "It's totally incoherent to go to Paris for the umpteenth time. spend a Christmas in peace. "
One day in politics?
Jacline Mouraud says today "continue his fight, but not in the street". Rather in the committee for a tax reform, committed to a better distribution of the tax and of which it is the spokesperson.
She assures to have entered a "respectful protest" and militates for this reform where she can: "I am regularly invited by big bosses: I tell them 'ladies' ladies you will have to think about the distribution the wealth of your companies'. "
The activist rejects the idea of a municipal candidacy in March 2020, but does not completely rule out the possibility of going into politics. For French campaigns? She concedes that the image of candidate of the soil would correspond to her to delight: "I defend the regions, the territory, the soil ... what makes the essence of France." It is not very far, 2022.