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Valls “veers towards the extreme right” and should have “remained in Catalonia”, according to Coquerel – RT in French
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Valls “veers towards the extreme right” and should have “remained in Catalonia”, according to Coquerel – RT in French
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The deputy of France Insoumise Eric Coquerel estimated on December 26 that Manuel Valls “[virait] towards the extreme right ”. The MP also said that the former Prime Minister “would have done better to stay in Catalonia”.

The deputy of La France insoumise (LFI) Eric Coquerel accused Manuel Valls of veering “to the extreme right” and that he “would have done better to stay in Catalonia”, according to comments reported by Europe 1 on December 26.

Interviewed on the radio waves concerning the absence of security or immigration issues in the left-wing parties, the deputy also replied that France Insoumise took “other references than those who gave us Macron and that we were giving proposals that smack of the far right and not the left ”.

Eric Coquerel also protested against the absence of the theme of secularism on the left by giving a definition of the term: “I remind you, it is the separation of Church and State and respect for all consciences. , of all faiths, to believe or not to believe. It is not to attack a single religion: Islam. ”

However, the secularism defended by Manuel Valls would be, according to the deputy for Seine-Saint-Denis, similar to that of “Marine Le Pen or Eric Zemmour” and would therefore not be that which is defended by La France Insoumise. “I believe that the left has suffered for years from not having been precisely the representation of the popular classes, of those who suffer from the regime we know today, from a liberal system which, with Emmanuel Macron, blew up the inequalities, ”he added.

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