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Francia, Juppe, Bayrou e Le Drian favoriti per incarico primo ministro

E’ quanto rivela un sondaggio Odoxa
fonte: ilVelino/AGV NEWS/Sputnik
di Velino International

Il 26% dei cittadini francesi vorrebbe Alain Juppe come premier, seguito dal centrista Francois Bayrou con il 22%. E’ quanto rivela un’indagine di Odoxa secondo cui dietro questi due profili, spicca quello di Jean-Yves Le Drian con il 19%. Secondo il sondaggio, il 76 per cento dei francesi crede che la scelta del primo ministro avrà un’influenza notevole sul risultato delle elezioni legislative di giugno. La rilevazione è stata condotta online tra il 10 e 11 maggio. Juppe è stato primo ministro con Jacques Chirac all’Eliseo tra il 1995 e il 1997 e ministro degli esteri sotto due presidenti: Francois Mitterrand (1993-1995) e Nicolas Sarkozy (dal 2011 al 2012). Bayrou ha ricoperto la carica di Ministro dell’istruzione tra il 1993 e il 1997 e attualmente è il leader del Partito Democratico, alleato con l’En Marche di Macron.

Twenty-six percent of French citizens would prefer to see former Prime Minister Alain Juppe, a member of The Republicans party, return to Matignon under newly elected President Emmanuel Macron, a poll showed Friday. According to the Odoxa survey, centrist Francois Bayrou is the second favorite with a backing of 22 percent for his potential appointment as prime minister. Next in line, according to the poll, is incumbent Defense Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian, with 19 percent backing him for the position. The survey continued to demonstrate that, while Juppe enjoys strong enough support across the political specter, including the left, Bayrou’s standing with the right-wing respondents, excluding the National Front party, stands at a mere 8 percent. According to the poll, 76 percent of the French believe that the choice of the prime minister will have a significant influence on the outcome of the June legislative election. The survey was carried out online on May 10-11 among 1,028 people aged 18 and older. Juppe served as the prime minister under Jacques Chirac in 1995-1997 and as Foreign Minister under two presidents: Francois Mitterrand from 1993 to 1995, and Nicolas Sarkozy from 2011 to 2012. Bayrou held the position of Minister of National Education in 1993-1997 and is currently the leader of the Democratic Party, which is allied with Macron’s En Marche! movement.