In turn, the candidates eliminated in the first round of the presidential election speak on the victory of Emmanuel Macron. Former Reconquest presidential candidate Eric Zemmour attacked: “This is the eighth time that defeat has struck Le Pen’s name. A reference to the successive candidacies of Jean-Marie Le Pen and his daughter Marine.
He then called on the national bloc to “unite and come together” for the legislative elections, and expressed his “disappointment” after the re-election of Emmanuel Macron. “Reconquête will be at the forefront of the fight against the work of deconstruction of our country led by Macron. We will fight for our ideas in every city and in every village in France, on the Internet and in the media,” announced Eric Zemmour on Twitter.
“There can be no electoral victory without the alliance between all the right, between the popular classes and the patriotic bourgeoisie, between grandparents and their grandchildren, between peripheral France and the inhabitants of the metropolises who want to continue to live in a French France,” he added.
“Two major political blocs are forming, one macronist and the other Islamo-leftist”, he added in reference to the support of the President of the Republic on the one hand and to those of Jean-Luc Mélenchon on the other. somewhere else. Faced with them, “our responsibility is immense, that is why I am calling for national unity in view of the legislative elections”. “Our coalition is not an option, it is a necessity, it is a duty”, he concluded.
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