what Marine Le Pen should say in her long-awaited speech


Victor Chabert (in Agde)

The 89 deputies of the National Rally continue their parliamentary days in Agde. This Sunday afternoon, Marine Le Pen’s speech is eagerly awaited. He will be preceded by those of Jordan Bardella and Louis Aliot, candidates for the presidency of the party. The opportunity to insist on the alternation they represent against the presidential party.

On the parliamentary days of the National Rally, Marine Le Pen’s speech at the start of the afternoon is expected. Europe 1 is in Cap d’Agde where the 89 deputies meet. A speech which promises to be in the background of a congress which will determine on November 5 which of Louis Aliot or Jordan Bardella will take the reins of the party. Moreover, they will be on the podium just before the outgoing president. Ten minutes to speak for Jordan Bardella and ten minutes for Louis Aliot before Marine Le Pen’s big back-to-school speech.

“The coming years will be those of our coming to power”

In her words, the presidential finalist will insist on the alternation that the national rally now represents in the face of the policy of Emmanuel Macron, hammering home that she is the first opponent of the President of the Republic. Faced with the energy crisis and insecurity, or even the controversies over the migration issue, those close to Marine Le Pen assure him: “we were right about everything” and they go even further, “we are opening a new chapter of the history of the RN. The coming years will be those of our coming to power”, they assure.

This was the whole point of this weekend of training for deputies in Agde: to professionalize the party with the objective of the next elections of 2027. Until then, in the Assembly, a single watchword for the RN group: vote in the interest of the French, even if it is sometimes alongside the government or alongside the Nupes, without sectarianism.

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