The LR presidential candidate Valérie Pécresse will apply the gauges for her meetings. Asked by TF1 on the application of the gauges and the control of the vaccine pass in the future public meetings of the Pécresse, the deputy LR Éric Ciotti answered: “Yes to these two questions, very clearly”.
“It’s a point of equity. It is out of the question that we impose a gauge on shows and that political meetings do not respect this framework, ”also insisted the finalist of the LR congress for the presidential nomination. “Valérie Pécresse will be President of the Republic in a few months. It is therefore already animated by this spirit of responsibility to better protect our fellow citizens ”, Eric Ciotti added.
By announcing on Monday limitations for gatherings (2,000 people maximum indoors and 5,000 outdoors), Prime Minister Jean Castex recalled that the French Constitution did not allow the setting of gauges, nor the imposition of a health or vaccination pass. , political meetings and places of worship.
“We do what the Constitution allows us to apply,” says the RN
While the presidential party LREM hastened to announce that it was going to apply the gauges in its future meetings, other parties, like La France insoumise by Jean-Luc Mélenchon, from the National Rally of Marine Le Pen or the Reconquest movement! Éric Zemmour, have indicated that they did not intend to limit the number of participants to their public meetings.
“We are doing what the Constitution allows us to apply, that is to say that we ensure that there are political meetings to inform the French,” Sébastien Chenu repeated Friday, spokesperson and deputy. of the National Gathering which will address the subject during its Executive Board on Monday.