Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Sarkozy is back at the Agricultural Show – The Obs

Sarkozy is back at the Agricultural Show – The Obs

Paris (AFP) – Between anti-FN sharp spikes or anti-socialist promises and farmers to improve their situation if he returned to power, Nicolas Sarkozy Wednesday paced the aisles of the Agricultural Fair in Paris, where he received a warm welcome.

For nearly five hours, after an absence of two years Porte de Versailles, the president of the UMP, casual and accompanied by several elected officials including Guillaume Peltier, Henri Guaino Larrivé and William, went from stand to stand.

Francois Hollande had he not, however, predicted that he would never come back here reminds him of a journalist? “Another broken promise!” Loose the former head of state. In 2013, during his first visit to the Salon as president, Francois Hollande was questioned by a child: “It is where Nicolas Sarkozy?” “You will not see the most,” he shouted shot back, smiling.

Many visitors applaud, give him “Mr. President” or colloquially by its challenge first name. Some are visibly thrilled. “Highly him back!” Exclaims a fifties. “We absolutely count on him for 2017,” added his neighbor. Conversely, others are less tender: “We were disappointed by the normal chair but we do not vote for Sarkozy,” said a retired couple, representative of 78% of French (according to a BVA poll) who do not want his presence at the next presidential election. There are even two or three visitors who cry off “Casse-toi pauv’con”, referring to the scathing reply leveled at Mr Sarkozy in 2008 by a man who refused to shake his hand.

For those tempted to vote for Marine Le Pen (FN), Sarkozy launches: “This lady, I do not want to talk about it, it is a symptom, not a solution, a symptom of a great anxiety that can turn angry, “puts it on hold.

The likely future candidate for the primary abandoned his camp the crowd at regular intervals to go talk to the grain, livestock farmers, dairy, fruits and vegetables, wine growers, brewers … He speaks competitiveness, lower expenses, price regulation, argues that standards should not be “over-implemented” but modeled on the “European average standards “. “I did vote VAT (social). Why socialists did they broken? The livestock sector is on its knees”, if he wins.

“Their willingness to destroy is larger than the defense of French interests “, asserts the former president to cereal applying to” be considered as responsible people “and entrust their” ras-le-bol “imposed standards. “For socialists, the farmer is a laborer, a component of the rural setting, a relic of the past,” Mr Sarkozy told them.

To return to power, “we will draft a less ten measures, with appendices, “he promises.


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