Alexandre Chauveau 3:51 p.m., February 16, 2022, modified at 3:51 p.m., February 16, 2022

The candidate is considering a plan to attract French brains who have gone abroad and in particular to the United States.

If the measure is not yet in its program, the idea is part of the "New France" project that Valérie Pécresse calls for.

A slogan presented on Sunday during his meeting.

The idea germinated as a response to the lack of a French vaccine found during the Covid-19 pandemic.

The candidate and former Minister of Research is working on a scholarship, funded by the State, amounting to several tens of millions of euros, spread over a few years, to convince French researchers who have gone abroad to return to France. .

In the line of sight, several sectors, including that of health, particularly economically buoyant and a factor of sovereignty.

If the measure is not yet in its program, the idea is part of the "New France" project that Valérie Pécresse calls for.

A slogan presented on Sunday at the Zénith and carried by the triptych: protect, rebuild and above all reinvent.

A future-oriented candidate

Valérie Pécresse thus wants to appear as a forward-looking candidate, to stand out from Éric Zemmour and Marine Le Pen, accused by their detractors of being "backward-looking".

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