They were a little more than 200 young people with Macron Ile-de-France gathered Saturday in Saint-Germain-en-Laye in the presence of several elected. This movement was the spearhead of the Head of State’s campaign. Created in June 2015 by four friends who are now recased in the circles of power, he must now find a new lease of life, because it is on him that counts the President of the Republic, especially to counter unscrupulous youth in high schools and in the universities.
At least one minister was needed to show the government’s interest in this youth meeting with Macron. So it’s Mounir Mahjoubi, Secretary of State for Digital, one of the youngest members of the government, who came to Saint-Germain-en-Laye.
” You know, young people in a political movement, it is at the same time a box of resonance with the youth, but especially, it is the future of the movement “, the analysis in this truism, Mounir Mahjoubi.
Since the victory of Emmanuel Macron, the training has been emptied of many of its executives. Like Sacha Houlié, one of the four founders of Les Jeunes with Macron, who is now a member of parliament and wants to pass the baton.
“The pavement does not belong to anyone“
“One prepares, he says, cadres of the movement who are able to speak in public, who are also able to beat the pavement because the pavement does not belong to anyone.”
Beat the pavement and carry the good word of government without bending. Pierre Person, another founder, also elected to the Assembly, gives the elements of language against the caricatures. ” Are you the young people of the rich? No, today you are young people who want to carry a project of emancipation.”
A project of the government against the project of the insubordinate France, very active in the universities. Emi, a young student at the Sorbonne, understood the message: “There are people who feel that young people are only the opposition, and we show that there are good things in the world. within the government.”
Lili, she is still in high school in Versailles, but she already believes it. ” Right now, we’re doing a lot in front of high schools, in front of the university, and it’s not fair during the campaign where we went to see people, and continue to explain what is happening. ”
And to provide the after-sales service of the government’s youth policy, the movement has published 200,000 leaflets.