Ugo Pascolo 7:56 p.m., October 25, 2021, modified at 8:01 p.m., October 25, 2021

Guest of "Punchline" on Europe 1, the candidate for the LR nomination, Philippe Juvin, believes that Pompidou's famous phrase "stop pissing off the French" has been forgotten.

"I think we keep pissing off the French about everything."

Guest of Punchline on Monday, the candidate for the LR nomination, Philippe Juvin, did not mince his words.

Asked about the usefulness of the point permit, the mayor of Garenne-Colombes considered that it was a "money pump".

Words which are reminiscent of those of the polemicist Eric Zemmour, who had qualified the measure as "organized racketeering of the State". 

"Hit with a big baton"

But for the elected official, the timely license is symptomatic of the fact that "the famous phrase of Pompidou, (stop pissing off the French), has been forgotten".

Thus, the state would no longer be there to "make people's lives easier and become as intelligent as possible", but to "hit a big baton".

A generalized philosophy to believe the candidate who lets go: "Road safety, taxation, taxes, etc. Let's stop pissing off the French". 

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