who are the “small candidates” of Bergeracois?

Outside of major political headquarters, without old local roots or networks or relays, their chances are less of being elected mechanically. Some do not even attract the media to know them. They do, however, represent a broad spectrum of ideologies, and their presence contributes to debate on a number of topics that might not exist without them.

first Cédric Ulian and the animal that caused it



Cédric Ulian has Julia Espinar in place.

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41 years old, prison counselor for integration and probation living in Creysse as a reporter for the Animal Party in Dordogne. He said he was “beaten by the fate reserved for animals”. His candidacy – for the first time – was a “logical continuation” of his commitment to the cause.

Through this lens, his party program, which ranks as the province’s “ecologist”, rejects various proposals. For example, he called for “end intensive farming”, “ban on forced feeding”, “reduce consumption of products of animal origin” and wanted to support farmers to “switch to growing vegetables”. Cédric Ulian also opposes bullfighting, “a barbaric and brutal practice” of “joy in the face of the sight of death”.

2 Amandine Legros, countryside on shoulders

Amandine Legros was replaced by Jean-Pierre Conquet.


Amandine Legros was replaced by Jean-Pierre Conquet.

Amandine Legros

It was at the beginning of the year that Amandine Legros, 38, joined the Mouvement de la Ruralité, formerly Hunting, fishing, nature and tradition. “It happened naturally,” said the communications officer at the Department of Agriculture living in Saint-Amand-de-Vergt. Her candidacy is the logical next step for the woman who describes herself as “relevant and determined”.

Through this vote, she wants to “make known” her party, which is classified by the state in a different right, “not to be seen as a hunting and fishing cliché”. Agriculture is central to his program, which calls for “administrative simplification”, “common agricultural policy reform” and “food sovereignty”, to help farmers who “have to cope with face many crises every year”.

3 Hervé Prats against the elite

Hervé Prats has Sandra Thomas in place.


Hervé Prats has Sandra Thomas in place.

Screenshot Herve Prats

Noting that “France has been mismanaged for fifty years,” Hervé Prats, 58, chose to start. He formed his group Patriotix, which involved the Gallic village of Asterix, which resisted the invaders. The system is classified as “sovereign” by the county, which this Montagnac-la-Crempse resident translates as “I am a sovereign because I am not sovereign”.

In her profession of faith, Hervé Prats described a “homeland in danger” where “partisan rule, corrupt corridors, politicians outlaws,” later described. are “political dogs”. Against election polls, for tax relief and mandate, for popular initiative referendum, he wants to “reconsider speed limits” and “remove those shameful radar car”.

4 Nathalie Ballerand with Eric Zemmour

Nathalie Ballerand has Alain Rodriguez as a replacement.


Nathalie Ballerand has Alain Rodriguez as a replacement.

Archives of Gregoire Morizet

Nathalie Ballerand, 59, joined Éric Zemmour last summer, because “the political offer of the right is non-existent”. City councilor in Saint-Vincent-de-Cosse, she chose to run in Bergeracois because it was the constituency that has shown “the most reaction” in presidential elections, placing Éric Zemmour in level 7.34%.

With her candidacy, the independent business adviser wants to “break the downward spiral”, especially thanks to “lower taxes, fees and taxes”. It also combats the “decline of public services”, first of all on health issues.

5 Jonathan Almosnino and working conditions

Jonathan Almosnino was replaced by Jean-Michel Villeriot.


Jonathan Almosnino was replaced by Jean-Michel Villeriot.

Stéphane Klein / “SOUTH WEST”

Jonathan Almosnino makes no secret of it: he lives in Seine-Saint-Denis but presents himself as a Bergeracois so that his party, Lutte Ouvrière, is present in all constituencies. Especially because “the problems here are the same as everywhere else,” adds the 34-year-old teacher. However, he knew Dordogne through his family ties and went to Périgueux every two months for his party.

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