The former unfortunate presidential candidate for 2007 was on Sunday at 2:30 pm in France.
Former French Socialist Minister Ségolène Royal, a regrettable presidential election in 2007, does not resume on Sunday as a candidate at the Élysée Palace, indicating that his struggle is "perhaps" on the environment.
Interviewed in France at 2 programs at 20h30 Le Dimanche, knowing whether he has definitively abandoned the presidency of the Republic, 65-year-old Ségolène Royal answered, "I do not ask myself". "What I can tell you more is that the struggle of my life and today more than ever is a battle to protect the planet," he added.
"It can go through the President of the Republic," asked Lieutenant Laurent Delahousse. "Maybe," answered Ségolène Royal, whose environment is "the most important battle today that combines all the other battles, including the security issue."
He announces his decision in January
The first woman who had reached the second round of the French presidential election, Ségolène Royal attacked in 2007 with his right-wing opponent, Nicolas Sarkozy. Former President François Hollande, with whom he had four children, was Minister of the Environment from 2014 until 2017 before appointing President Emmanuel Macro's ambassador to international negotiations on the Arctic and Arctic pillars. Antarctic.
At the European elections in May 2019, Sfiolène Royal confirmed that it would make its decision known in January. "If I commit myself, it is to defend the above-mentioned reasons," he added.