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Franck Allisio, RN deputy for Bouches-du-Rhône. Figaro picture
LE FIGARO INFO – The deputy of Bouches-du-Rhône Franck Allisio launches this Friday with the mayor of Marignane a movement to bring together elected officials from the right and the National Rally.
Do not speak of a “union of the rights”! At the National Rally, the expression, hated by Marine Le Pen, has been taboo since Éric Zemmour made it his mantra during the presidential campaign. So let it be said: the initiative of Franck Allisio, RN deputy for Bouches-du-Rhône, announced this Friday, has nothing to do with a call for a union of the rights. It is, in fact, to launch a movement, with Éric Le Disses, the various right-wing mayor of Marignane, with a vocation “to exchange, discuss, work, build all those who would like to turn the macronist page and block the far left for the upcoming elections.” A movement that will be called … the RPR – the name of the party, left dormant, had been bought by the RN in March 2022 as told Point . Once again, any resemblance to Éric Zemmour, who prided himself a few months ago on being “the candidate of the RPR”, would be purely coincidental.
It is true that the history of the RN (and FN) with the…