Valérie Rabault does not rule out becoming Prime Minister in 2024.

Législatives 2024 : Valérie Rabault assure qu'elle n'a "jamais dit" qu'elle voulait être Première ministre, mais n'exclut pas cette éventualité
          "L'objectif aujourd'hui, c'est comme au rugby. Vous jouez la deuxième mi-temps jusqu'au bout. Après, vous voyez ce à quoi vous pouvez accéder", estime la députée sortante de la première circonscription du Tarn-et-Garonne, jeudi sur France Bleu Occitanie.

According to the outgoing deputy of the first constituency of Tarn-et-Garonne, the strategy to adopt today is similar to that of rugby. It is about playing the second half with determination until the end, without ever giving up. Once this step is crossed, it will then be possible to evaluate the opportunities that are available to us. These remarks were made during an interview on France Bleu Occitanie, emphasizing the importance of persevering and remaining focused on one’s goals, despite the obstacles encountered.

Is Valérie Rabault considering replacing Gabriel Attal?

Valérie Rabault refuted on Thursday, July 4 on France Bleu Occitanie the idea that she would seek to take Gabriel Attal’s place. During a debate on June 19 on France Bleu Occitanie and France 3, the socialist deputy stated that she could run herself, in response to a question about the possibility of seeing Jean-Luc Mélenchon vie for Matignon in the event of a victory for the New Popular Front in the legislative elections.

However, Valérie Rabault does not rule out the possibility of becoming Prime Minister if she is re-elected and if the National Rally does not obtain an absolute majority in the Assembly. She acknowledges that her name has been mentioned and asserts that she will take her responsibilities. Although she has always been opposed to poaching, she admits that France needs to be led.

“This dissolution was violent”

For now, Valérie Rabault is focusing on the second round of legislative elections, where she faces Brigitte Barèges, a candidate supported by the National Rally. She compares this phase of the campaign to a second half of rugby, where one must play until the end before seeing what is possible to achieve.

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After the attack on Prisca Thevenot, government spokesperson and candidate in Hauts-de-Seine, Valérie Rabault expresses her thoughts on the current climate of the electoral campaign. She notes that the atmosphere is tense due to the uncertainty and speed of the process, as well as the violence of this dissolution.

Source of the article: Francetvinfo

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