Traveling to Nice on Monday, the President of the Republic took stock of his five-year security while outlining the five years to come in the event of re-election. He notably promised 15 billion euros over five years for the orientation and programming law of the Ministry of the Interior.
Visiting Nice on Monday, Emmanuel Macron launched his offensive on the theme of security. Its objective: twice as many police forces in the streets by 2030 and a quarter of the budget more for the Ministry of the Interior for the next five years. The opportunity also for the current tenant of the Elysee to replace the regal at the heart of the campaign and as on the vaccination pass, the Head of State seeks to destabilize The Republicans.
Emmanuel Macron sets foot in the arena
Valérie Pécresse accuses him of laxity, assumes his balance sheet. She wants to bring out the “Kärcher”, he answers her, without naming her alongside a former Republicans, the mayor of Nice, Christian Estrosi: “It is normal, in democratic times, that there are democratic debates which shake things up, but we must do so without giving in to the frenzy of contemporary times. Not responding to the increase in violence with the inflation of ease, simple formulas, seemingly magical solutions “.
A way for Emmanuel Macron to try to appear above the fray while having one foot in the arena. As if, three months before the presidential election, this time he was determined not to ignore what is driving the debate on the right. While behind him, in the polls, the match promises to be particularly tight between Valérie Pécresse, Eric Zemmour and Marine Le Pen.