Sunday, October 2, 2022

Macron clash with French presidential rival Le Pen in heated TV debate

The central governor won the French industry with a huge investment and a record of unwavering commitment to the European Union. Le Pen, the leader of the far-right National Rally party, has made herself a popular figure fighting for the cost of living.

A.D. Le Pen, who lost to Macron in the 2017 election, has vowed to “be the president of the nation,” saying she “has a duty to be a public speaker.”

“In the next five years, my absolute priority will be to return the money to the French,” she said, promising to lower the VAT on energy and fuel.

The candidates’ relationship with Russia sparked a heated debate between TF1 and France 2 over a three-hour debate.

Macron explains the second round of the French presidential election in Le Pen Pen.

“You are not talking to other leaders, you are talking to your banker when you talk to Russia. The problem is Ms. Le Pen.”

Le Pen is now widely regarded in the West as a puppet in the wake of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s unprovoked attack on Ukraine. Le Pen During her 2017 presidential campaign, she visited the Russian strong man, but this time she was forced to cancel a promotional leaflet with a photo of her and Putin.

Penn’s former hatred of NATO – which once promised to expel France from the bloc – may also be to blame.

In Ukraine, Penn’s opposition to material aid to the country and sanctions against Russia – unless Russia imports oil and gas.

“I do not think it is the right tactic. This is not really going to hurt Russia. And most of all, it will hurt the French people,” she said.

Macron added that Russia was taking “suicide” action in Ukraine, and although Moscow refused to declare the act a “genocide” in the country, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelinsky invited them to come and see the evidence.

Out of touch?

Throughout the debate, Le Pen promised to invest more in health care, saying he was unaware of the suffering of health care workers before VV-19 and that Macron was a leader who had nothing to do with voters.

Elsewhere, Le Pen called Macron a “climate hypocrite” to encourage consumers to buy electric cars by following climate policies, which many French people cannot afford.

“We need to have a transition of power, but over time, this will have to be much slower than what we are trying to do in France,” Le Pen said.

Macron’s defense of France’s commitment to the European Union was also on the agenda.

He argued that the European Union (EU) would work with France to support its people, especially in the face of challenges from markets such as the United States and China.

“That’s where Europe will benefit us. Who will come and help us when Google comes and attacks our market? Europe.

A.D. Le Pen, who called for France to leave the European Union in the 2017 elections, softened her stance and promised hope for a reform and a “coalition of nations.”

Le Pen returned to one of her central policies: to prevent wearing the hijab in public.

“I think the hat is a uniform worn by Muslims,” ​​she said. “I think most women who wear the same clothes can’t really do anything else, even if they don’t dare to say so.”

Macron was accused of creating a “civil war” of equality between Islam, terrorism and foreigners.

Macron and Le Pen competition is expected to be close.

Candidates are not allowed to campaign the day before or on election day, and the media will be subject to strict reporting restrictions from 8 a.m. Sunday until the closing of the French election on Sunday.


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