The candidate Les Républicains Valérie Pécresse announced this Friday, April 8 that she will not give voting instructions for the second round of the presidential election. However, she will say which candidate she will vote for.
“I will say who I am voting for, but no instructions,” replied the LR candidate to the question of a listener from the France Inter antenna.
Stating that she will “never give instructions to the French because the French are free and it is they who vote”.
Moreover, Valérie Pécresse indicated that she would not like “to have responsibilities with a President of the Republic who has a faulty policy in terms of authority, immigration, public services, reforms and revaluation of work. “, she replied to a listener, while suggesting a re-election of the outgoing president.
A Macron-Le Pen elbow-to-elbow duel
Two days before the first round of the presidential election, Valérie Pécresse, given fourth or fifth in the polls, again felt that “the scenario was written in advance”. According to the latest polls, three days before the first round of the presidential election, a duel between Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen is looming.
As the campaign comes to an end, the outgoing president sees his lead shrink with Marine Le Pen, although he retains first place, according to the latest OpinionWay barometer for CNEWS, unveiled this Friday, April 8.
The Head of State is credited with 25% of the voting intentions, one point less compared to the barometer published yesterday. Marine Le Pen remains stable, with 22% of the vote.