“The future of the right goes through the gathering and the addition”

Renaud Muselier, president of the PACA region, re-elected with the support of En Marche and LR. FRANCOIS BOUCHON/Le Figaro

GRANDSTAND – The president of the PACA region calls for cohesion.

Almost two years after the regional elections where, in Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, two visions of politics clashed, the right is again faced with this choice, but it has become existential: the gathering and the addition of reason with a culture of government, or the union of extreme rights, against a backdrop of populism, nostalgia and fear.

To answer it, the right must find its DNA. De Gaulle, Pompidou, Chirac, Sarkozy, everyone who has won the right in this country has built a clear dike in the face of extremes. Those who have transgressed this rule have always committed a double moral and political fault. Moral, because our principles have historically and philosophically nothing to do with those of the extreme right. Politics, because all those who attempted this adventure from the 1998 regionals always lost, then disappeared. The right must definitively abandon the software of stunting, of the bunker. She must avoid…

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