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Goulet and Pancher were divided against each other ocean viking

As the boat sailed, Florence Goulet retweeted the official petition promoted by the National Rally: “No to pro-migrant NGO boats in our ports! A clear strong message must be sent to NGOs as well as candidates for immigration: France does not intend to welcome you. As the boat docked in Toulon with 230 migrants on board, a deputy RN from the North Meuse held his ground: “Sincerely ocean viking , Emmanuel Macron bows to pressure from migrant supporters. »

On the contrary, Bertrand Pancher (LIOT), deputy of the Southern Meuse, saw above all at the landing of the ship. ocean viking “This is the end of human drama for refugees. Thank you France. Condemning this reception means denying the values ​​of our Republic,” the elected official commented on Twitter.

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Unfortunately, the two deputies in the Meuse for two diametrically opposed views on the humanitarian problem that risks multiplying in the Mediterranean.

Macron’s long push on defense issues

Gérard Longuet, former defense minister between 2011 and 2012, brought all his experience this week to a wide-ranging discussion on the programme. in a public sense On the Public Senate channel: “Is France ready for a Ukraine-style, high-intensity war?” Senator Emmanuel from Meuse enthusiastically supports Macron’s defense policy: “There is a multiplicity of objectives, which does not answer the main question: what is our place in NATO and what kind of defense does he want for Europe?” Gérard Longuet also sheds light on the debate over France’s nuclear deterrence strategy: “For it to work, it must not be used…! Nuancing its use around the “concept of vital interest,” he notes that “in common sense, if French territory is going to be completely submerged, the answer is yes, deterrence is valid. But apart from vital interest, the use of deterrents has always been a problem for me…”

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Pancherin “give and take”

Amendments to the finance law were passed in the National Assembly this week. Bertrand Pancher, playing his brand-new political role on a half-cycle with the Independent Liberties and Territories Abroad (LIOT) group he chairs, highlighted “long talks with the government” and welcomed “getting satisfaction on various issues: tax benefits. Rebates for municipalities that will adopt photovoltaic installations in their areas tomorrow, with pellets help for people who are overheated, a common-sense tax change for our farmers “… Summarizing the situation, the Meuse deputy: “Give and take. The search for a majority of certain texts is open to this price.

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Menonville for renewable energies

Sen. Frank Menonville, who has been at the forefront of a bill to boost renewable energy production for weeks, was pleased that some of his amendments, which were tabled in committee last week, were “passed or secured” on first reading in the Senate.

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It specifically targets “those tending to facilitate the placement of photovoltaics in zones subject to ABF (Architecture of French Buildings) approval, as well as changing limits to speed up the installation of rooftop photovoltaic panels. integration of the law in favor of new buildings or even the development of agrovoltaism…” However , amendments that will still have to go through the parliamentary shuttle.

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