Emmanuel Macron on Immigration, Purchasing Power, and More - TF1 Interview

French President Emmanuel Macron discusses immigration, purchasing power, rising fuel prices, tax and ecological transition, electric vehicle production, and the fight against terrorism in his interview on TF1.

00:00:00 French President Emmanuel Macron discusses the recent visits of the Pope and the King of England, as well as the issue of immigration and the responsibility of European countries to address it.

🌍 France's capacity to handle multiple challenges simultaneously, such as hosting the Rugby World Cup, receiving foreign dignitaries, and ensuring security.

πŸ—£οΈ Agreeing with the Pope's call to combat indifference towards migrants, while highlighting France's efforts in accommodating asylum seekers and providing support for homeless individuals.

🌐 The need for a cohesive and European approach to the migration crisis, including working with Italy and engaging with African countries for long-term solutions.

00:05:01 Emmanuel Macron discusses the need for cooperation with countries of origin and transit to tackle migration. He proposes partnering with transit countries to dismantle migrant smuggling networks and enhance border protection. Macron also emphasizes the importance of a European immigration policy and efficient asylum procedures.

πŸ”‘ Cooperating with countries of origin and transit to address migration issues.

🌊 Protecting European borders and dismantling human trafficking networks.

πŸ›οΈ Proposing immigration reforms to streamline procedures and address labor shortages.

00:10:02 Macron discusses the urgent need to address the purchasing power of French citizens and emphasizes the importance of creating more well-paid jobs. He also highlights the need to negotiate lower food prices and moderate profit margins to alleviate the impact of rising costs on families.

πŸ“’ The main concern is the purchasing power of the French people and the rising cost of living.

πŸ›’ Efforts will be made to lower food prices by negotiating with distributors and manufacturers, as well as implementing price moderation.

πŸ’Ό The government aims to create more jobs with higher wages and address the issue of low salaries in certain industries.

00:14:39 French President Emmanuel Macron discusses the rising fuel prices and the impact on farmers, small businesses, and the average worker. He explains that the increase in fuel prices is due to international geopolitical factors and not taxes. Macron proposes measures to regulate profit margins in the fuel refining industry and provides additional compensation for those affected.

The price of fuel has increased due to international geopolitical factors and the rising cost of crude oil.

Taxes on fuel are used to finance ecological transition projects, such as building renovations.

The government aims to address excessive profit margins in the fuel industry and increase transparency.

Additional financial aid and transparency measures will be implemented to support French workers and mitigate the impact of rising fuel prices.

There will be no increase in taxes, and the government will focus on managing gas and electricity prices.

Local governments, not the national government, are responsible for increases in property taxes.

Over the past six years, the government has reduced taxes by over 60 billion euros.

00:19:41 Macron discusses tax and ecological transition in a French interview, emphasizing the need for progress and reducing carbon emissions, as well as plans for investing in renewable energy and the production of electric vehicles in France.

🌍 The French government aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 50% by 2030 through an ecological transition.

πŸ’° 40 billion euros will be invested towards the transition next year, touching various sectors including the closure of coal-fired power plants and promoting the electrification of vehicles.

πŸš— The goal is to have at least one million electric vehicles produced in France by the end of the government's term.

00:24:41 Interview with Emmanuel Macron on TF1 - REPLAY. Macron discusses the expansion of electric vehicle production in France, the promotion of household adoption of electric vehicles, and the shift to renewable energy sources. He also addresses the situation in Niger and the decision to withdraw French military presence.

πŸš— France is investing in the production of electric vehicles to create jobs and reduce emissions.

πŸ’° The government is implementing a bonus-malus system to encourage the purchase of electric vehicles.

🏭 The transition to renewable energy sources, such as geothermal power, has led to significant reductions in emissions and costs.

🌍 France's military presence in Niger is being reevaluated due to political issues.

πŸ›‘οΈ France will continue to cooperate with African countries to combat terrorism, but only at the request of democratically elected authorities.

00:29:41 Emmanuel Macron discusses the fight against terrorism, expresses concern for the situation in Mali and supports the Armenian people. He addresses the challenges facing France and emphasizes the need for unity and respect in politics.

πŸ’£ The situation in Mali is concerning, with a rise in Islamist terrorist attacks resulting in numerous deaths.

🀝 France supports the Armenian people in their conflict with Azerbaijan, providing humanitarian aid and advocating for the rights of minorities in the region.

πŸ‡«πŸ‡· President Macron emphasizes the importance of stability, democracy, and addressing key issues in France, including purchasing power, employment, environment, and education.

00:34:42 Emmanuel Macron interviewed on TF1's 8PM news program - REPLAY.

πŸ“Ί Emmanuel Macron's interview on TF1's 20H

πŸŽ₯ Anne-Claire's gratitude for the viewers

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