Presidential 2022: the support of Emmanuel Macron on the war footing

The leader of the LREM party during the launch of the “Together citizens” movement in Paris on November 29, 2021. AFP - THOMAS COEX

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Emmanuel Macron is not yet a candidate for re-election, but his troops are already on a war footing.

The presidential majority launched this Monday evening, at Mutualité in Paris, "Together citizens", the banner which now includes all the support of the Head of State.


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This meeting in the form of self-celebration had one objective, that of portraying a united family determined to defend

the re-election of Emmanuel Macron


After ten speeches and more than two hours of meeting, the boss of the Walkers Stanislas Guérini sums up the evening with a simple message: "

 We choose to gather and unite".

I am for our greatest possible unity


At the center of this gathering, we therefore find La République en Marche and François Bayrou's Modem. “

 It may happen that we have differences. We have neither the time nor the energy to waste to divide us,

launched the mayor of Pau

. I am for our greatest possible unity, not just to face an election, but for the generations to come ”.

A gathering also made up of other entities, left and right.

All now united under the same banner, including

Édouard Philippe

who was difficult to convince.

But the former Prime Minister is there in the podium.


 Our objective is the re-election of the President of the Republic, it is the re-election of Emmanuel Macron, it is to serve France and it is to be better than we are ourselves and to serve of France, ”he said.

Funny meeting

A funny meeting in honor of an absent, Emmanuel Macron, not yet a candidate, who should wait until 2022 to declare himself.

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