“People before money”, this is the motto of Clouds Ancelette

It surveys the constituency municipalities to gain its readers in light of the upcoming legislative elections. Guillaume Ancelet, 39, a PE professor at Chaulnes College, a resident of Rosières-en-Santerre, would be a candidate invested by Picardie Debout. He will be replaced by Valerie Komm, the Byron County Councilor. man would likeHe advocates for the people, brings their voice to the council, and contributes to the formulation of laws to change their daily lives.

Education is an issue. In your opinion, what could be improved?

We must break the logic of budgeting and stop making education a cost. It is an investment. We must stop closing classes and reduce the number of students in a class. Hire more teachers, school nurses, social workers and guidance counselors to best support young people and their families during school time. Accompanying Students with Disabilities (AESH) must be integrated into national education, reassessed and recognized at the height of the importance they occupy. It is also necessary to make vocational education sectors more attractive to attract young people to training courses that lead to handicrafts, industrial, delivery and sponsorship trades.

Agriculture is a major sector. What are your suggestions in this area?

(…) Large retailers must buy from producers at prices that cover production costs and allow farmers to generate enough income to live off their work, invest and avoid debts that burden many farms. The Common Agricultural Policy, administered at the European level, needs to be revised because it favors large areas and thus penalizes livestock keepers and market gardeners. Treaties on free trade in goods between countries should be abolished. (…) Market place should be changed and short circuits preferred.

In rural communities, municipalities are fighting more and more against petty crime and the feeling of insecurity is increasing. what do you have suggestions?

Let us be careful not to confuse feelings of insecurity with insecurity itself. Today, in the vast majority of towns and villages, people live in peace and long for it. This does not mean that there is not some unfortunate news that needs to be addressed. yIt is considered that through education, establishment and promotion of associations, clubs and community centers we will be able Reduce problems. If, nationally, we fight the causes of violence (social and cultural misery, alcohol, drugs, etc.), we will see a decrease in violence. deviation. (…)

And in terms of domestic violence, is our sector severely affected?

This topic should be the number one priority for public work. Especially after these two years of imprisonment. Violence within the family (husbands and children) is much more important than external violence. To do this, we must strengthen support for associations that combat violence against women, train police to collect the words of victims and do everything to remove a violent parent or husband. (…)

Our constituency is one of the sectors most affected by the Seine Nord Europe channel. What is your position on this matter?

The Seine Nord Europe Canal is a fascinating project that involves transporting large quantities of goods by river rather than by land. Having attended all the plenary sessions on this topic, I see that it raises concerns. Given the pharaonic project it represents and the effects it will have locally, this is justified. The project must contribute to the territory in order for it to be accepted, understood and beneficial. In a globalized society, we must make sure that this project is not just another opportunity to bring in materials from the other side of the world that we can find and produce locally. Major infrastructures will be created and developed around the ports of Nesl and Beyrun. A network of roads and trains will also be developed to cover the last kilometres. It shouldn’t be the only justification for job creation It made us forget about the environmental impact. It is important that the cross municipalities are equipped with everything possible to reduce inconvenience. It is necessary to haveThe most affected residents, farmers and local elected officials are being heard To get the job done successfully. (…)

Finally, in the field of health, what are the proposals to keep caregivers in the sector?

(…) Health is a primary concern and must be placed at the center of public policies. For doctors to settle in our cities and villages, they must be able to find everything what they need In terms of working conditions (well-equipped places, such as in nursing homes) and fellows (multidisciplinary teams). The state should support local authorities in preparingDoctors who settle down And encourage doctors to settle in. It is also necessary to be a doctor in the future He has the opportunity to test practice medicine in Rivne during his undergraduate studies. Who knows, it could spark invitations! The law must contribute to this. (…)

What do you think of the People’s Union Agreement that was recently signed? ?

The agreement between the various leftist formations led to the birth of the new popular eco-social union. I will be the candidate at 5The tenth Circle. It was a necessary step towards the unity of the left, but it was especially awaited by the people who demanded this union before the firstVerse presidential tower. The various political families showed goodwill and took into account the opinion of the voters to come together on a common project. This is the best way to respond to people’s aspirations. Unity is strength. I’m proud to embody it here with Valerie Kom. Also an opportunity to salute the local support of the communist sections of Albert and Peron, Ecologie Les Verts and Romain Marin, who have long been a candidate to hold the Socialist Party nomination.

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