"Don't worry, I did not intend to launch new measures," said smilingly Ségolène Royal to the members of its political Council on the eve of his travel in the East of the France, began Wednesday night. But, on the merits, the Socialist candidate only concedes nothing: polls giving the beaten in the second round "Brainwashing", proclaims, convinced that its participatory method and intuitive is the right one. Meeting Wednesday in Metz, visit yesterday to Chamagne, his native village, in the territory of Belfort, today land of Jean-Pierre Chevenement, conquered by the Socialist candidate, Ségolène Royal wants to display its serenity to the growing concern of some elephants of the PS, who fear his absence in the second round. For the last straight line, she decided to refine its strategy. The objective is to "find and engage the elector left," said Elisabeth Guigou. As small candidates, of which most are located to the left, use in full their speaking time to attack him and say that it mobilizes enough popular classes (see below). After having swept without complex all political issues security, national identity, institutions , Ségolène Royal returned with the fundamentals of the left-right debate that stay itself. Criticism of the "rogue employers" after the golden parachute of Noël Forgeard ensures a choice field (see page 2). "The timing is good," provides one of his relatives. And too bad if the debate on the social arrived quite late in his campaign, and she had planned to enter this last straight line under the sign of the international and the institutions. Metz on Wednesday evening, then to Besançon yesterday, so it the large gap between his "struggle for employment and against the living" and a very presidential speech expressing his design of the France International. Wishing to "revive the spirit of cooperation North-South", she promised that youth enrolled in universal joint civil service would participate in "international solidarity actions. All wrapped his usual "pulp": "I want to take good care of you", was launched.
In a region of the "no" to the European referendum, strongly marked by unemployment and the fear of globalization, it has chosen to surround three fervent opponents to the European Constitution: Arnaud Montebourg, Jean-Pierre Masseret, President of the region, and Vincent Peillon. Side measures, it has focused on the increase in wages, even if it refers more to the minimum wage to 1,500 euros. She defends a society of "employment for all" and "no beggar", traditionally unifying theme on the left. And she insists his promises: increase of small pensions, "access to care for all" and defence of social security.
But nothing of the kind to mark the cleavage to attack his main opponent, Nicolas Sarkozy, a symbol of "injustice" and "precarious". She has ideas, yesterday evening at Besançon, the UMP candidate, who had been in the afternoon visit the employees of Airbus and that promises, according to, it "unbelievable things". Because "which was in power when the State authorized Mr. Forgeard with a cassette of EUR 8 million", leaving the room yelling: "Nicolas Sarkozy. A "displayed brutality of the passage in force and lies" that embodies it, Nicolas Sarkozy, it opposed his "calm force" to "transforming the France in depth". It was convinced that, in the last line right, "the debate clarifies between two forms of society."