Alexandre Chauveau 5:02 p.m., September 17, 2021

The Oser la France movement of the Republican deputy Julien Aubert receives Valérie Pécresse, Michel Barnier, Éric Ciotti and Philippe Juvin on Saturday.

All the candidates on the right, except Xavier Bertrand.

On the program, round tables and a big oral to debate the MP's proposals.

In Lourmarin, in the Vaucluse, they will be a little more than 400 guests to attend the debates around the Gaullist ideas of the Oser la France movement, on Saturday.

"The opportunity to understand the political lines of each," says Julien Aubert to Europe 1. The deputy Les Républicains du Vaucluse has made 15 proposals, on which the candidates will be invited to react.

Among these proposals on the table, decree "the learning of French great national cause", "organize a referendum on immigration" or recall the "superiority of the French Constitution over European laws".

The Dare France movement embodies the sovereignist current of the Republicans and carries values ​​"which include a social dimension, between Séguin and Chevènement", according to its president Julien Aubert.

Two round tables on ideologies and Macron

Candidates for the presidential election via a right-wing tie-breaker process, Valérie Pécresse, Michel Barnier, Éric Ciotti and Philippe Juvin will each have 40 minutes to present their points of view.

Also on the menu: two round tables on "the ideologies which paralyze France" ("pedagogism" and "wokism" are targeted by the organizers) and the results of Emmanuel Macron.

Most of the tenors of the right will be present, with the exception of Xavier Bertrand.

The president of the Hauts-de-France region and presidential candidate declined the invitation.