Legislative: Reconquest! by Eric Zemmour will present 550 candidates

The Reconquest party! far-right polemicist Eric Zemmour announced on Tuesday that he will present 550 candidates in the June legislative elections, deploring that the National Rally and Les Républicains did not respond favorably to his “outstretched hand”.

The political formation will present “271 candidates and 279 candidates who will wear the colors of Reconquest! everywhere “during the legislative elections of June 12 and 19,” she said in a press release, signed Nicolas Bay and Guillaume Peltier, the two vice-presidents who will co-lead the campaign.

The party claims to have received 1,426 applications which have been “studied by the national investiture commission”. Of the 550 candidates selected, “176 are from the Republicans, 159 from the National Rally (and) 215 from civil society”, specified Reconquête!, calling for the “general mobilization of all right-wing voters and patriots who refuse to entrust full powers to Emmanuel Macron and Jean-Luc Mélenchon”.

No candidate against Ciotti, Dupont-Aignan and Le Pen

The party deplores not having received a response to Eric Zemmour’s proposal to present a coalition of the rights to the legislative elections: “Alas, neither the RN nor the LRs responded favorably to this outstretched hand and to our desire to unite for the love of France”, he regretted. However, he confirms his commitment not to present a “reconquest candidate!” in the legislative elections against Éric Ciotti (LR), Nicolas Dupont-Aignan (DLF) and Marine Le Pen (RN)”.

“The alliance refused by the old political apparatuses, it is therefore the voters who will have to make it at the polls,” added the party. “We call on all patriotic voters, all right-wing voters, all voters in love with France to gather around the 550 Reconquest candidates on June 12 to create the political and electoral foundations of the union of rights and patriots. , essential to our future victories,” added Reconquest.


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