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Benoit Hamon quotes
I won't run after Jean Luc Melenchon. I don't run after anyone.
I am running for president so that France's heart will beat once again. Look at Germany, model country with full employment, where the jobless rate is five or six percent. Nobody sees the poverty rate is 17 percent. In reality, it's a tradeoff: jobs at the price of poverty.
MPs should no longer be allowed to hire their children, cousins, relatives or wives.
I've said clearly that I don't want to raise taxes because I accept that we have to give up on the dogma of public deficit 3 percent and – according to the recommendations of economists – give up on austerity fast.
We already had one with Vladimir Putin. Now we have a second one with Donald Trump, because he is reconsidering the most essential agreement, the COP 21 (2015 Paris Climate Conference). More than that he says he is hostile to European construction. What must we think about this? To me close ranks at the European level.
I think there is no chance for the left to win unless it can put forward a imaginative and powerful policy against a right that is full-on and an extreme right that is dangerous.
Throughout this campaign, I have met French people all over France. The conviction that I've drawn from these many exchanges is that we have to finish with the old recipes, the old politics, the old solutions that no longer work.
I expressed my ideas everywhere in France, and in the overseas territories, and I hope I've been able to convince. We'll see. If the turnout is strong, it'll give a lot of legitimacy to the chosen candidate, otherwise it'll be more difficult. So, we need a big turnout.
Employees physically leave the office, but they do not leave their work. They remain attached by a kind of electronic leash – like a dog. The texts, the messages, the emails – they colonize the life of the individual to the point where he or she eventually breaks down.
He has spent too much effort dividing the Left so he won't to be able to unite it in such a short time.
The investigation shows that Spanghero stamped 'beef' on horsemeat from Romania. Spanghero knew it was stamping meat that was potentially horsemeat.
Basically, people think suburban equals young, equals hoods, equals a mess. But one can wear a hood without going out to steal old ladies' handbags. The suburbs are always portrayed with a big S as a place not to live, where people are unhappy, they have no job, where people quit school early, but that's not the reality. That's not to say there are no problems, but the suburbs are not only problems, and if we stop thinking of them like that, it'll make everyone feel better.
These comments are unspeakable, unbearable, in the mouth of a minister. That is why many Socialist voices have demanded Brice Hortefeux's immediate resignation.
There is no better way to make sure of Dieudonné's popularity tomorrow, and if his lists actually happen, than by giving him the sort of publicity Mr. Guéant is giving him.
We have a crisis as in any other country, except that we have a President who aggravates the crisis by making the wrong economic and social choices.