“Yes, it’s a break!”: Mélenchon calls for “a different distribution of wealth” in France
The head of LFI called for “a different distribution of wealth” in France so as to stop the widening of wealth inequalities in France, so that the poorest stop “to tighten their belts”. “Yes, it is a rupture”, he admitted facing Emmanuel Lechypre, but “to survive is not a life!”.
Jean-Luc Mélenchon advocates a return to “food sovereignty”
On our antenna, Jean-Luc Mélenchon also defended the idea of redeveloping “subsistence agriculture” in France in order to regain “food sovereignty”.
“It costs a little more, but it’s worth it!”: Mélenchon defends his proposal to increase the minimum wage
Jean-Luc Mélenchon defended, on BFMTV this Thursday evening, his proposal to increase the minimum wage if he was elected in the next ballot. “We must govern from needs, not from supply!” “It costs a little more, but it’s worth it!”, He hammered in front of our economic journalist Emmanuel Lechypre.
Mélenchon promises to enforce social housing quotas
The leader of rebellious France has promised that if he was elected in 2022, he would ensure that municipalities respect social housing quotas. “I would find ways to make life impossible for those who don’t,” he told BFMTV. He proposes to “build 200,000 housing units per year, at least, of good quality”.
“We are not meant to be England’s gatekeepers”
Jean-Luc Mélenchon called for “to create a humanitarian corridor so that those who want to go to England can do so”. “We will help people to cross,” he said. “We are not meant to be England’s gatekeepers.”
“It’s pure barbarism!”: Jean-Luc Mélenchon denounces the Touquet agreements
“That’s enough, we stop with that, it’s pure barbarism!”, Commented Jean-Luc Mélenchon, questioned on the issue of migration in the Channel. “We are not intended to be the guardians of England,” he continued, denouncing the Touquet agreements. “For me, the priority is human beings. I no longer have any words to describe what we are doing “.
On Wednesday, 27 migrants died in a shipwreck in the English Channel.
For Mélenchon, the health pass gives “an illusion of security”
The leader of rebellious France considered, this Thursday, that the health pass was “an illusion of security” in the face of Covid-19, while the government announced its strengthening today to face the 5th wave.
Covid-19: Mélenchon calls for free screening tests
On BFMTV this Thursday, Jean-Luc Mélenchon called on the government to make Covid-19 testing free again. “Everyone must be able to be tested before the end of the year holidays”, he said, considering that it was “an emergency measure”.
Minimum salary of 1,400 euros, retirement at 60 … Its program for 2022, a revised version of 2017
Minimum salary of 1,400 euros, maximum salary, Constituent Assembly to establish a 6th Republic, retirement at 60 … Jean-Luc Mélenchon unveiled last Thursday the new version of his program, L’Avenir en commun, slightly revised compared to 2017.
Same proposals, same campaign team … The candidate plays the card of continuity. A risky bet? We talked about it with his relatives, who defend this strategy.
“We are not going to apologize for having good proposals that span an entire five-year term and which are more relevant than ever, with people who know them well”, considers the rebellious deputy Ugo Bernalicis, questioned by BFMTV.com
L’ÉLYSÉEMÈTRE – Jean-Luc Mélenchon tops out at around 9% in the polls
At five months of the presidential election, Jean-Luc Mélenchon peaks in the polls. Today, on average, it is credited with just under 9% of voting intentions, according to the BFMTV Elyseemeter, our barometer of the polls on the presidential election. Far behind Emmanuel Macron, Marine Le Pen or Eric Zemmour. And therefore insufficient as it stands to qualify for the second round.
Jean-Luc Mélenchon “against BFM”, to follow live from 8:50 pm
Hello everyone and welcome to this live. Jean-Luc Mélenchon will be “facing BFM” this evening from 8.50 pm, program hosted by Maxime Switek. For a little over two hours, the rebellious leader, again presidential candidate, will be questioned by Emmanuel Lechypre, Amandine Atalya, Apolline de Malherbe, Bruce Toussaint, Philippe Corbé and Julien Mielcarek. An evening to watch live on BFMTV and BFMTV.com.