Accompanied by Laurence Loison, editor of the daily newspaper Le Progrès, Olivier Michel receives on set 3 of the 8 candidates competing for the seat of deputy for the 14th arrondissement of the Rhône. In this area, characterized by its youth and high poverty rate, there is no shortage of political proposals. Debate will follow on Wednesday 8 June from 10 a.m.
The 14th arrondissement unites the southeastern part of the metropolis. Saint-Priest, Saint-Fons, Feyzin, Corbas, Solaize and finally Vénissieux, the largest city in the district.
More than 146,000 inhabitants live in this populated area mainly young people† The median age is significantly below the national average.
This area is growing in population every year.
On the other hand, the poverty rate is high† It is ten points above the national average.
7 out of 10 residents work outside their municipality of residence.
-Yves Blein, outgoing deputy, candidate for Together, presidential majority, elected in 2012 under the socialist label.
-Damien Monchau, National Rally candidate, police officer of activity.
-Bruno Attal, candidate for recapture, police officer by profession.
– Idir Boumertit, the candidate of the new popular ecological and social union of France, Insoumise, declined the invitation to participate in the debate. He explains that his “campaign strategy focuses on meeting, in the field, with voters”. He estimates that “The intentions of some candidates are in fact anti-democratic, and come only to tarnish the image of politics and lower the level of public debate. I don’t want to contribute to such an enterprise †
7 other candidates are also running for this alternate seat, but are absent from this debate.
-Yalcin AYVALI Miscellaneous Links
-Martin EGRON Sovereignist
-Mokrane KESSI Divers center
-Olivier MINOUX Workers’ Struggle
-Farid OMEIR Union of Muslims of France
-Delphine PALLUY ecologist
-Camila SALMI ecologist
One of the essential themes for this neighborhood where the inhabitants are young but low-skilled and occupy positions of workers and white-collar workers.
The proportion of couples with child(ren) is above the average for our country, i.e. a population group that is concerned with the question.
Among the proposals discussed by all parties in recent weeks are:
– learning the language of computer code from 5th grade for those who want,
– more sports, from 2022 30 minutes a day at primary school,
-more hours of French and mathematics in primary and sixth grade,
– bring math back to the common core of high school,
– making the secondary vocational school a path to excellence, with the method that has managed to learn,
– extend and reward the periods spent on internships in companies,
– simplify Courseup,
– increase teachers’ salaries,
– the return of the uniform to school and university,
-suspension of child benefit “for parents of disruptive or absent students”.
In this constituency, news stories regularly make headlines. There too, roads are being considered, from the most preventive to the most repressive, all parties together.
-Inject 15 billion into the Ministry of the Interior in five years to double the number of police officers,
– increase the means to fight cybercrime and recruit cyber patrols,
– setting up a Republican action force (security forces, magistrates, educational teams, etc.) to urgently restore order to neighborhoods in crisis,
– establish a suspicion of self-defense for law enforcement,
-remove reductions and adjustments to sentences,
– create 10,000 prison spaces,
– 10,000 detained foreigners deport to their country of origin,
– systematically delete all foreign S files,
– automatically expel traffickers and their families from social housing,
– restore local police,
– dismantling of the anti-crime brigades (BAC) and the brigades for the repression of motorized violent actions (BRAV-M),
– Ban tasers, escape grenades, Flash-Balls,
Poverty is very high in this constituency. The issue of purchasing power is therefore central.
Measures being considered by the various presidential candidates and being taken by the candidates on their list include:
– increase pension
-increase the index point of civil servants
-A fuel discount of 18 cents per liter of petrol
-Reduction of VAT to 5.5% on energy, abolition of VAT for 100 basic needs,
– exempt income tax for persons under 30,
– double support for single-parent families,
– reindex old age pensions to inflation,
– abolition of the fee for financing public broadcasting,
– access to social housing only reserved for the French,
– tax exemption for overtime
Increase the Smic to 1500 euros net
A debate to follow on the antenna of France 3 Rhône Alpes and live from 10am on our website.