The next municipal elections will take place on Sunday March 15, 2020 for the first round. The second round of the election will take place on Sunday March 22, 2020.
It is important that we vote and convince people to vote, to elect mayors from or close to our reformist and progressive political movement. Indeed the reforms are voted not only in the parliament but also in the senate, where La République En Marche does not have the majority. The mayors being the electors of the senators, they designate the senators. We must send a maximum of reformers to the Senate. Municipal elections are therefore important for our political movement.
We must mobilize to push back the national front and the far left movements. There is no land right, no blood right, no wages for anything other than risk taking or work! It should be possible to become French simply by sharing and fighting for the values of the french revolution!
We must mobilize because local action has a direct impact on the lives of citizens and it is the necessary condition to anchor our movement locally and over time.
We must mobilize to elect mayors who will fight against the desertification of the countryside. We must develop local and professionalizing university courses. University studies must be in line with the needs of present and future businesses, contributing to local dynamism.
As a liberal political movement, we must rejuvenate ourselves by studying the thought of Alexis de Tocqueville. He insists on the fundamental role of the intermediary bodies and the decentralization of powers and positions himself in opposition to centralizing Jacobinism.
According to his thought, I say that it is time that we reclaim the instrument of our philosophical and economic independence which is education. We believed that centralization in the field of education would bring us closer to equal conditions. But this has contributed to increasing the powers of the central government, against local interests.
We must regain the ability to act locally.
We have given up exercising our freedom to enjoy equality. We have increasingly handed over prerogatives to the state. From there, the state gradually put individuals out of public affairs. He has constantly extended the rules that frame social and economic life.
Paradoxically, equality of conditions, by weakening all hierarchical relationships of subordination (between masters and servants, men and women, adults and children), destroyed the ties of dependence, but also of protection. Part of the population therefore feels abandoned.
For this, a member of our political party must first mobilize and go to vote.
It is up to la République en Marche to root the citizen in the political life through decentralization and involvement. We must create a society where citizens feel connected to each other. We must foster a society able to adapt, which ensures the integration of its members in a differentiate and adequate manner.