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Prime Minister Gabriel Attal distributes leaflets in Vannes on May 9, 2024.

Sitting on the turquoise blue seat of the TGV Ouigo which brings him from Vannes to Paris, Gabriel Attal watches the panorama move by with slightly pang in his coronary heart. This Thursday, May 9, the Prime Minister leaves the ocean air to discover a abandoned Paris. Thousands of French individuals benefit from Ascension Thursday. The solar is right here. But Emmanuel Macron ” wish “ that his prime minister “engages as much as possible by holding debates, meetings, going into the field. That's what I asked him.”recalled the President of the Republic in an interview with La Tribune SundayMay 5.

On this Europe Day, the Prime Minister is therefore required, like the members of his government, to fight to prevent the European elections of June 9 from turning into a fiasco. More than twenty surveyed the country from east to west and from north to south, noted Matignon, who also lists the twenty-two appearances in the media dedicated to Europe over the last twenty-four hours.

A commando operation to defy bad polls. The National Rally (RN) list, led by Jordan Bardella, is in the lead, far ahead of the candidate of the Renaissance-Modem Horizons coalition, Valérie Hayer. The sign, analysts decipher, of fed up with those in power. Emmanuel Macron, elected seven years ago, author of the unpopular pension reform and the “immigration” invoice, is focused. It’s as much as Gabriel Attal to show issues round.

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The rising star of Macronie can be damaged in this perilous competition and play the fuse. He assures him not to plan ahead, jumping the hurdles that stand in his way one after the other, without, he says, fearing defeat. “I love campaigning,” he repeats. “It’s because we believe in it. Because we think that what we do is useful and that it can work if we do that,” he says from the TGV while, two rows behind his seat, a couple tries to calm the crying of an infant.

Set up a duel with the RN

“There are people who may disagree with certain things that we have done at the national level,” euphemizes the thirty-year-old, evoking the record of Emmanuel Macron, which sometimes takes on the appearance of a burden. “But the same can be found in what we did for Europe. If the lines have moved, it is thanks to Emmanuel Macron. This assessment is a booster rather than anything else”assures the Prime Minister.

For his first day of marketing campaign, Gabriel Attal selected Breton lands. A area “humanist and European”, he describes. But the place “like everywhere in France, we sense a progression of the extreme right”.

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