One said candidate, and then not. Finally, Jean-Marie Bigard seems to be caught in the game of the election campaign. In a video posted on his Twitter account, and spotted by Le Figaro, the comedian announced to be in search of the "500 signatures to spunk a hell of a mess', 500 signatures from mayors in order to be a candidate in the next presidential election, in 2022.
Decked out in a tee-shirt stamped "Bigard president" (available to pre-order), the one who, a few years ago, had filled the Stade de France appears today in front of his castle, inflatable, he said he preferred the gilding of the Elysium. "As a future president, I am obliged to have a castle," explains Bigard in front of a strong inflatable for children. The Elysium is ugly, I prefer it that way, it is more natural and a little bit more of a pirate. "
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Jean-Marie Bigard is hoping to collect the necessary signatures for his candidacy, and even the harvest before all the world. "I lack more than the 500 signatures. I've already received a few, spontaneously, he says. There are already a few mayors who have contacted me. How tough it would be to have my 500 signatures before all the world, that would be great ! I address to all the mayors, all villages, all towns : thank you ! "
"A voice sincere," no political party
Jean-Marie Bigard had said at the end of may on BFM TV that he could be interested in a candidacy for the presidency to "represent the people" outside the political parties. When asked about a possible candidacy, the actor of 66-year-old had replied : "It could if it could help the people to have a voice sincere not be a member of any political party. Yes, it could tempt me. "
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in The month of June, however, Jean-Marie Bigard maintained his distance with a possible candidacy. The magazine Society, he explained that this was not to the taste, or to the order of the day. "I let it heat the pressure cooker on low heat to know how many people would be behind me if that happened, but for now this is not to the taste of the day, he explained. I know of nothing in politics. I never really wanted to do. I would shred if I went back on the field. "A few weeks later, the project would appear to be new, nice, and well on the table.Date Of Update: 29 July 2020, 14:33