Presidential 2022: Macron's supporters unite under the banner “Together citizens!”

French President Emmanuel Macron during a trip to Amiens, November 22, 2021 © Ludovic Marin, Pool, AP

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Five months before the presidential election in France, the support of Emmanuel Macron begins to maneuver.

This Monday, November 29 in the evening is launched at the Mutualité in Paris “

Together citizens!

», The common house of the presidential majority in the presence of relatives and allies of the Head of State, in particular the Modem and the new party of Édouard Philippe.


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The common house is the big building site that the macronists have been taking care of behind the scenes for several months.

Or, the creation of a structure that brings together all the support of

Emmanuel Macron for the elections

of 2022.

In this "house", there will be three main rooms: the Republic on the move - the party founded by Emmanuel Macron -, the Modem of François Bayrou and the brand

new party of former Prime Minister Édouard Philippe, Horizons


When the political world divides on all sides, we come together.

➡️Ensemble Citoyens !, which will be launched tomorrow, is the conjunction of all the forces of our presidential majority.

It is a coalition of convictions that we are carrying out here. @ Europe1 #EnsembleCitoyens

- Sarah EL HAÏRY (@sarahelhairy) November 28, 2021

The construction was not easy, because of the enmities between some and different wills.

Finally, this common house " 

will not be quite a party, but it will be more than a simple banner

 ", summarizes one of its craftsmen.

Objectives of this project: first to unite the majority before the presidential battle.

But also to offer shelter to all those who would rally

Emmanuel Macron

, but who would not want to join a party.

And then last objective, and not the least, the macronists want to agree to present a single candidate of the majority per constituency during the legislative elections.

This thanks to the creation of a joint investiture commission: it is at this moment that we will judge the solidity of this "house".

 To read also: 

France: the new party of Édouard Philippe disrupts the balance of the majority


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