As in 2017, the rebellious presidential candidate, Jean-Luc Mélenchon, offered his supporters to follow him in Paris this Sunday, from Place de la Bastille to Place de la République, to defend his plan for a constituent assembly. .
Activists from all over France came this Sunday, March 20 at 2 p.m. from the Bastille, for the “March for the 6th Republic and the sharing of wealth” of the Popular Union.
On the Place de la République, Jean-Luc Mélenchon called on voters to choose “retirement at 65 with Macron or retirement at 60 with Mélenchon”. The founder of La France insoumise also spoke of Emmanuel Macron’s five-year term, which he described as “authoritarian drift”, denouncing “10 laws restricting freedoms in the name of the health crisis”.
Five large processions paraded through the streets: a leading procession, where Jean-Luc Mélenchon will be present, a procession of young people, two dedicated to Ile-de-France residents and the last, for the regions, ultra-marines and French people living abroad. .
Best placed on the left in the polls, Jean-Luc Mélenchon being credited with 11 to 14% of voting intentions according to the latest surveys, most often in fourth position behind Éric Zemmour, the rebellious candidate still retains hope. to qualify in the first round on April 10.
“The threshold for access to the second round is between 15 and 18%, there are still three or four points to be taken from Fabien Roussel and Yannick Jadot”, the PCF and EELV candidates, has also taken care to underline its director campaign, Manuel Bompard.
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