“Defending sporting values ​​means rejecting the rise of the far right”

In a forum published by Franceinfo with Le Parisien-Aujourd’hui en France, on Tuesday 12 April, around 50 French athletes “From all walks of life, from all walks of life” feel Voting for a party that jeopardizes Republican values ​​would be the worst medicine“. they call “stop far right” Vote for Emmanuel Macron in the second round of the 2022 presidential election.

“I declare the opening of the Paris Olympics in celebration of the modern 33rd Olympic Games.” It is with these words that the official opening of the 2024 Paris Olympics will be decided by the next head of state.

This Friday, July 26, 2024, at the end of the historic opening ceremony on the Seine, where dozens of heads of state, athletes from around the world, and billions of television viewers will be elected regardless of April 24 Embody the country in the eyes of the world. In a few weeks, he or she will also start the Paralympics.

We, French athletes from all walks of life and disciplines, cannot imagine this historic moment bearing the stamp of a far-right presidency.

If we were fully aware of the difficulties that many French people are going through, we believe that voting for a party that would jeopardize republican values ​​would be the worst remedy.

The movement we believe in, the movement of Olympian values, is made of friendship and respect; it is a place of diversity. He rejects all discrimination. Everywhere on the territory, in our cities, suburbs and villages, sport is a powerful remedy against exclusion.

It’s a rallying point during these uncertain times. This is the case when an entire nation remembers it as one by vibrating in unison behind the exploits of its athletes.

It is because we believe in this movement of fraternity and inclusion that we are committed to preventing our country from having a president who represents the exact opposite, stigmatization of others, withdrawal from itself, and nationalism as its head of state.So we call for a vote for Emmanuel Macron on April 24

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