“I entered this campaign with great determination,” said Wednesday the candidate of the Christian Democratic Party at a press conference in Paris.
Wednesday, the day after the decision of the political Bureau of the Republicans who have completed participation in the primary to the right, the candidate of the Christian Democratic Party (CDP) explained his motivations during a press conference in Paris. “I entered this campaign with great determination,” explained Jean-Frédéric Poisson, in claiming to be the “only official candidate,” said the competition.
How much does it weigh electorally in November? After asking himself the question, the President of PCD replied that the subject was not relevant and that the influence of a political party on the presidential do not necessarily measured at the height of his scores a primary. To illustrate his point, he mentioned the trajectories of several personalities such Aubry, Baylet, Valls …
Jean-Frédéric Poisson sought to stand out from other candidates by announcing a project tightened not “management” but “civilization” to reform France before a “generalized disorder.” He placed this election in a context of “concern” or even “vertigo of the French people” facing a series of problems caused, he said, by “globalization,” “migrant”, “economic crisis” “communitarian phenomenon.”
“Christian roots of France”
In ten days, the president of the Christian Democrats unveil its program and a series of ten executives reforms to rebuild a nation capable “gather” and “protect” French. He intends to defend the “Christian roots of France” and “respect for the human person” who “is not divided.” The candidate of PCD agreed on ways for social policy (reform the redistribution of wealth), education (see the lessons of history and of the French language), European Policy (Yes to Europe but not in Maastricht), foreign policy (a new balance with the allies of France and value of Christian civilization of Europe between the “materialism” American and Chinese) … “the credit of France abroad no longer exists, “lamented Jean-Frédéric Poisson, arguing its difference to its competitors that it considered all liberals, federalists and Atlanticist. He also used the occasion to denounce a “weakening” of the presidential office “for forty years” by calling it “clownish” personal commitment of Francois Hollande in the debate on constitutional revision. “A lack of control,” he pointed. Moreover, it is not favorable to changes in rules for the presidential and condemns a “politicization of institutions” and “partisan orientation” of this election.
The sovereignist, who wants to convince voters, also found that the centrists were to participate in the primary. “It’s their place,” he insisted, hoping not to be the only representative of an open primary. Regarding the objections of Nathalie Kosciusco-Morizet face with the limits Tuesday by Republicans for referrals, Jean-Frédéric Poisson confessed understand the criticism but felt that it was impossible to do otherwise. He deems “baroque” that a candidate can be sponsored by “left 35 signatures.”
Asked about its potential alliances, Jean-Frédéric Poisson said he was no “ideological differences” with Standing France and Nicolas Dupont-Aignan. However, he noted the “deep differences” with some of the proposals of the National Front as “the death penalty”, the “euro exit” or “national preference”.
“This poll seems deeply unpredictable,” has finally found the candidate of the Christian Democrats warning that no one can “do without a mechanical assembly,” a condition in his “success “of the primary.