2024 legislative elections: Attal, Bardella and Bompard will all debate on June 25 on TF1

2024 legislative elections: Attal, Bardella and Bompard will all debate on June 25 on TF1

The three politicians will debate on June 25.

Just a few days before the first round of the legislative elections, the Prime Minister, as well as Jordan Bardella and Manuel Bompard will debate on TF1 on June 25.

A debate will oppose Gabriel Attal, Jordan Bardella and Manuel Bompard on June 25 in the evening on TF1, five days before the first round of the legislative elections, the first French channel announced on Wednesday, confirming information du Figaro.

Objective: absolute majority

This debate between the Prime Minister from Renaissance, the president of the National Rally and the former deputy of La France insoumise will be moderated by Gilles Bouleau and Anne-Claire Coudray, according to the newspaper.

While waiting for this "confrontation", the three politicians continue their campaign. The objective is clear: to convince as many voters as possible for the legislative elections which will be held on June 30 and July 7, but also to obtain an absolute majority. Jordan Bardella absolutely makes no secret of having this ambition, while wanting to impose cohabitation on the Head of State, Emmanuel Macron.

If Gabriel Attal continues to discredit the RN program, as he gives arguments in particular during the 20 H news on TF1 in which he participated, the Prime Minister, campaigning for the presidential majority , will hold a press conference this Thursday morning at 9 o'clock.

The debate which will take place on June 25 obviously recalls the last meeting with Gabriel Attal and Jordan Bardella on May 23.

Add a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

(function(d,s){d.getElementById("licnt2061").src= "https://counter.yadro.ru/hit?t44.6;r"+escape(d.referrer)+ ((typeof(s)=="undefined")?"":";s"+s.width+"*"+s.height+"*"+ (s.colorDepth?s.colorDepth:s.pixelDepth))+";u"+escape(d.URL)+ ";h"+escape(d.title.substring(0,150))+";"+Math.random()}) (document,screen)