Attal-Bardella standoff against a backdrop of farmers' crisis

Gabriel Attal and Jordan Bardella had a heated argument this Tuesday, January 23, against the backdrop of the farmers’ crisis.

Attal-Bardella standoff against a backdrop of farmers' crisis

Gabriel Attal and Jordan Bardella had a heated argument this Tuesday, January 23, against the backdrop of the farmers’ crisis. But the showdown has only just begun...

The anger of farmers was invited into the political debate this Tuesday, January 23, the day of questions to the government. The opportunity for Gabriel Attal to tackle the president of the National Rally. If the new Prime Minister spared none of the opposition, evoking in particular the "crocodile tears" of environmentalists for farmers, Gabriel Attal directly attacked the National Rally and Jordan Bardella. "We didn't see him defending the fishermen. He was on vacation," said the Prime Minister, referring to the ban on fishing in Gascony put in place at the end of December, and accusing: "You are ranting with anger angry."

An hour later, the president of the National Rally counterattacked on X (formerly Twitter). “The passengers of the car which hit and killed a farmer are foreigners under OQTF. Not only do farmers suffer the difficulties and contempt of the government, but they also suffer from its lax migration,” he said, before 'add: "The government must be held accountable." Much less "courteous" exchanges between the two young men aged 28 and 34, who are currently among the political figures most appreciated by the French, than those mentioned last Friday by the president of the National Rally at the end of his interview with the Prime Minister at Matignon. "Nothing will change, because the ministerial team remains the same around Gabriel Attal: Mr. Darmanin, Mr. Mayor, Mr. Dupond-Moretti", had however tempered Jordan Bardella, also believing that "the political course will remain the same even".

While the European elections are already on everyone's minds, each media topic is now an opportunity to position yourself and gain more points over your opponents. Note that at the start of the year, the National Rally, whose head of list is none other than Jordan Bardella, is given the favorite for this election, with around ten points ahead of the majority list, d 'according to the polling institutes. A trend that the executive would of course like to reverse, which, according to certain observers, would have drawn its anti-Bardella weapon by placing Gabriel Attal at Matignon. The standoff has only just begun...

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