“Fighting for purchasing power”: Ladislas Vergne, municipal councilor of Chartres, is a candidate in the 1st constituency of Eure-et-Loir

Ladislas Vergne, LR candidate in the legislative elections, announces “wanting to fight for the purchasing power of the French by indexing the pension system to inflation and by increasing the wages of workers. »

He believes that “the presidential majority quickly forgot the demands of the yellow vests.

“We are facing an important political moment for our country. Eurelian voters will have to choose between three distinct programs: choose a candidate supported by a majority which has only confirmed the fracture of the country, a candidacy supported by the melancholy forces with the revolutionary program and mine. That of common sense, ”says the thirty-year-old candidate established in the local political landscape since 2018.

Support local public services

Among the other priorities of the candidate: to increase the infrastructure of public services in Eure-et-Loir. “They disappear in the places where we need the most,” he describes, referring in particular to the closure of the public finance center in Maintenon. “We must open infrastructures everywhere to avoid the dematerialization of these services. »

According to him, “there is a real health problem in Eure-et-Loir”. If elected, Ladislas Vergne wants to propose a bill encouraging young doctors to settle in rural areas.

Bio express :

December 24, 1991. Birth of Ladislas Vergne in Paris. He spent his childhood in Chartres and continued his studies in Paris (Sciences Po) then at the ENA in Strasbourg.
2016. He joined the Ministry of the Interior.
15 mars 2020. He was elected municipal councilor on the list of Jean-Pierre Gorges.

His three priorities.
Purchasing power:
Ladislas Vergne wants to “increase pensions and workers’ salaries”.
Health. The LR candidate wants to “establish a real public health policy in Eure-et-Loir by proposing a law on the installation of young doctors in rural areas. »
Services publics. He advocates the massive return of public service infrastructure.

Thomas Desprez
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