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Message de tensinhan789 posté le 25-03-2007 à 19:26:17 (S | E | F | I)

bonjour à tous voilà j'ai fait un exposé assez long sur l'élection présidentielle et je le publie ici pour que 'une bonne âme me corrige mes erreurs. Je vous remercie d'avance et vous souhaite une bonne soirée

Good morning ladies and gentlemen i’m Jéremy and here is Ding
Today , we are going to talk about The 2007 French presidential election. This election is very important and I look to you to cast your vote this 22 April 2007. To start with we will describe what are requirements to run as a candidate in this election. Then we will describe the different candidates. On the one hand , those of left and on the other hand , those of right.
Finally we will summarize our presentation.


The requirements for being a candidate are defined by the organic law of November 6, 1962.
All candidates must be of French nationality and at least 23 years old (the same requirement as for the candidates to the French National Assembly).
Candidates must obtain signatures from 500 elected officials (e.g. mayors and members of the Parliament) supporting their candidacy. These signatures from elected officials (informally known in French as 'parrainages', but legally known as 'presentations') must be from at least 30 different departments or overseas territories and no more than 10 percent can be from any individual department. A presentation from an elected official does not imply that this official supports the policies of the candidate, but rather that this official considers the candidate to be a serious candidate.
Candidates must also submit a statement with details of their personal assets.

Arlette Laguiller is the spokeman of Workers' Struggle since 1974 she would begin most of her many speeches with the formula 'Travailleuses, travailleurs !' because since 30 years she defends interests of workers. According to Laguiller the world is became too liberal and Europe too it is why she voted against the European constitution. She is against liberalism , mondialisation and particularly against leading entreprises like Total , which make a big profit and fire their employees.
Although most people think Laguiller is true , they think too she is narrow minded because since 30 years , her speech is always the same inspite of the world changes.

Then there is Olivier Besancenot , who is the spokeman of Revolutionary Communist League which is an international Trostkyist group. He is a postman and the youngest candidate of this election. In 2002 , for his first participation , he gained 1.3 million votes, 4.25% of the total vote. He is against the independance of the european central bank and wants to increase the minimum wage considerably.
According to political scientists , he may become the spokeman of extreme-left.
Indeed he gives a boost to this political party in view of the fact that he is younger than the majority of electorss of this party.

Next we can see Jose Bove member of the alter-globalization movement, and spokesman for Via Campesina which is the international peasant movement. Bové is a prominent opponent of genetically modified organisms , his acts are sometimes violent . A proof of that is he demolished a macdo , which is the symbol of mondialisation.
Next there is Gerard Schivardi , who presents himself as 'the mayors' candidate', supported by Workers' Party , he has two important political policies : firstly : give more power to towns and secondly: to go out treaty of Maastricht.
At last there is Marie Georges Buffet she is the head of the French Communist Party (PCF).she was was the Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports in 1997. she refused to create a big anti liberal party with jose bové , olivier besancenot and arlette Laguiller and in consequently is candidate to this election.. Like the others candidates of extreme left she voted no concerning the constitution. She is against mergers , takeovers. She wants to nationalize.Moreover she denounces stocks options of managers and CIO.

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Modifié par vero7000 le 25-03-2007 19:33
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