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  • According to an Ipsos poll for 

    Le Parisien

     and France Info this Sunday, Emmanuel Macron is at 30.5%, followed by the RN candidate Marine Le Pen with 16%.

    Follow Eric Zemmour (13.5%), Jean-Luc Mélenchon (12%) then Valérie Pécresse (11%).

  • Marine Le Pen and Valérie Pécresse will detail their respective program this Monday.

  • This Monday evening, TF1 is organizing an election evening.

    8 candidates will take turns answering questions, mainly centered on Ukraine.

    This is the first TV appearance of candidate Macron.




Presidential 2022: False debate and real proposals, the great oral of the candidates on ecology


Presidential 2022: Mélenchon is back in the race for the final according to the latest polls

7:25 a.m.: Back to the great oral of the candidates on ecology

Five presidential candidates presented their very different solutions on Sunday for France to respect its climate commitments, during a major oral organized by NGOs on the Twitch platform.

We tell you about their proposals in our paper Fake debate and real proposals from candidates on ecology

07h20: Big presidential evening, without debate

This Monday evening, TF1 has planned a big presidential evening.

8 candidates for the election will meet for television interviews but without debate.

This is Emmanuel Macron's first television interview as a candidate.

Also present will be Marine Le Pen, Éric Zemmour, Valérie Pécresse, Jean-Luc Mélenchon, Yannick Jadot, Fabien Roussel and Anne Hidalgo.

Scheduled at 8:20 p.m., this live broadcast should end around 11 p.m.

The war in Ukraine will be the main subject.

7:15 a.m.: Press conference by Valérie Pécresse

The Republican presidential candidate, Valérie Pécresse, is to give a press conference on her program on Monday.

7:10 a.m.: Darmanin in Corsica on Wednesday and Thursday to “open a cycle of discussions” with elected officials

Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin will travel to Corsica on Wednesday and Thursday to "open" a "cycle of discussions" with "all the elected officials and living forces of the island", he announced Monday in a statement sent to AFP.

The government has "heard the requests of elected officials from Corsica on the institutional, economic, social or cultural future" of Corsica, adds the minister, condemning the violence of recent days and calling for a "return to calm without delay ".

Hello and welcome everyone to this live!

Stay with us all day Thursday, March 10 and find out what the candidates are doing, what they have said and everything that has a direct or remote connection with the presidential campaign.

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