L th National Republican Council adopted Saturday in Paris the project out for 2017, a few months before the primary, in the absence of its leading candidates . Nearly a thousand of the National Council (the “parliament” of the party) meeting in Mutuality, lifted a small blue bulletin to approve the project. Only fourteen people voted against, waving the red side of the newsletter.
Among the candidates for the primary, Bruno Le Maire was absent. Alain Juppé and Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet, both present on Saturday morning morning left before the vote. François Fillon, who was to speak in the afternoon, arrived after the vote. Frédéric Lefebvre do not participate in the vote and Hervé Mariton voted against a project done, he said, “half-measures”, as he told the “Parisien-Aujourd’hui en France”. Nadine Morano voted for …
All are preparing their own project and feel “not engaged” by the one presented Saturday they consider that of Nicolas Sarkozy, President of the party. But “after primary comes the gathering” all “behind the winner,” commented Laurent Wauquiez, the number two of the party. There will be “a single line, a single will: François Hollande is outside,” he began calling to “put France head to the place.” Eric Woerth, party general secretary, the project of “rupture” is “fruit of a deeply democratic debate” and “those who do not come for the wrong reasons are wrong well.”
In the form a book of 366 pages, the text incorporates the proposals of the eighteen conventions conducted by LR last couple of months, “State authority”, “refoundation of Schengen”, “national identity”, “respect for secularism “,” use of referendums, “” simultaneous tax cuts and deficits, “” effective justice “,” digital transition “…
This project,” or sequins, or lies, or poetry nor Lépine contest “is” open and clear alternative to socialist “who” will restore to France its rightful place, “insisted Eric Woerth. “It is a pact around the nation, the nation that is our identity.”
“France will not build its future with the Socialists, overwhelmed people” in the “race to the new world” pleaded Luc Chatel, President of the National Council. “Holland is royal casino (…) The more drop in the polls, the more distributed,” said he launched about the president.
After intervention François Fillon, Nicolas Sarkozy was to speak to conclude the work.