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During the grand oral of the principle heads of record on the CFDT, the intense proper absent and focused

The predominant leaders of the record within the European elections had been invited, Thursday, to defend their challenge earlier than the French Democratic Confederation of Labor (CFDT) throughout a morning the place the intense proper, not invited by the union, was focused by essentially the most candidates.

The consultant of the bulk, Valérie Hayer (Renaissance), Raphaël Glucksmann (Socialist Party – Public Square), Manon Aubry (La France insoumise), Marie Toussaint (Les Ecologistes), Léon Deffontaines (French Communist Party) and Aurélien Caron (in 17e place on the Republican record) have in flip offered their imaginative and prescient of Europe, just a little over two weeks earlier than the June 9 election.

The common secretary of the CFDT, Marylise Léon, estimated that the intense proper represented “the return of national selfishness” and asserted that “the CFDT would never work in this scheme”. “We do not discuss with the extreme right, we fight them. We are therefore not receiving them for this hearing”added Béatrice Lestic, nationwide secretary of the union.

This selection was welcomed by Mr. Glucksmann, who, after expressing his need for “Feminist Europe”wished to be “the dike and the alternative to the wave of the extreme right which is falling on [le] continent “. “We must stop considering that it is normal that there is 40% for the extreme right in our country, there is nothing inexorable about it”he additionally advised Agence France-Presse after his speech.

“The project for Europe is the fight against the RN [Rassemblement national] »for his part told a few journalists Mme Hayer, after her appearance on stage, where she notably proposed strengthening women's rights in Europe.

Mme Aubry mentioned a “extreme right dangerous in many ways for our democracy”which amongst different issues endangers “our social model” and proposed to “put the social question back at the heart of the political agenda” and develop the “taxation of super profits”.

The environmentalist candidate, Marie Toussaint, warned of the “rise of the extreme right in France, but also everywhere in Europe” Who “endangers the European project”. “Faced with this brown pact, we must oppose it with a green pact”she defended, regretting that ecology and “the most precarious” be the “two scapegoats” current policies.