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Zemmour may not have enough sponsorships for the French presidential election


I have no certainty, it’s very hard, we spend hours on the phone, my friend Philippe de Villiers talks for hours with the mayors, Guillaume Peltier talks for hours with the mayors, I myself phone the mayors to try to convince theminsisted the ex-polemicist in the show The Big Meeting Europe 1/CNews/The echoes.

I assure you it is very possiblehe insisted when he was questioned about the possibility of not obtaining the 500 signatures of elected officials who must have been submitted by March 4, at 6 p.m., to the Constitutional Council in order to be able to participate. in the ballot on April 10 and 24.

: yes, you are great, we agree with you, but they are afraid”,”text”:”Mayors tell me: yes, you are great, we agree with you, but they are afraid” }}”>The mayors tell me: “Yes, you are great, we agree with you”, but they are afraid since their name is made public, affirmed the Reconquest candidate. That he does not obtain the required 500 sponsorships when he is very well placed in the polls would, according to him, make theillegitimate election.

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Other candidates in the same situation

Éric Zemmour, the candidate of the National Rally (RN, far right) Marine Le Pen as well as the rebellious Jean-Luc Mélenchon (left) regularly complain of having difficulty obtaining the 500 signatures necessary to claim the Élysée then that they are much better placed in the polls than other candidates who have already gathered the necessary endorsements.

It all makes no sense anymoreestimated Sunday on the radio of France-Info the spokesman of the RN, Laurent Jacobelli. In all the polls, Marine Le Pen is Emmanuel Macron’s main opponentcorn other less representative candidates are already qualifiedhe added, quoting Jean Lassalle and Nathalie Arthaud.

Showing that they still miss him 80 sponsorship promiseshe denounced a completely locked system that no longer works with some mayors sometimes under the influence of local barons.

At the last score of the Constitutional Council, last Thursday, six candidates, declared or not, have already obtained the 500 sponsorships required: Valérie Pécresse, Emmanuel Macron, Anne Hidalgo, Nathalie Arthaud, Fabien Roussel and Jean Lassalle.

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Yannick Jadot (490 sponsorships) is almost there, which is not yet the case for Jean-Luc Mélenchon (370), Marine Le Pen (366), Éric Zemmour (291), Philippe Poutou (199), Christiane Taubira ( 86) or Hélène Thouy (74).

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