The deputy Aurelian Tache, a member of the new group "Ecology, Democracy, Solidarity', and five other deputies, the ancient Walkers have announced the creation of Us Tomorrow, a political movement, "humanist, ecologist and feminist" is wanting to turned to the civil society. #NousDemain proposes to "bring together all the humanist and free democrats and décomplexés in the face of the reactionary which have a storefront," according to an appeal signed by Aurélien Stained and thirty people, including Paula Forteza, Albane Gaillot, Hubert Julien-Laferrière, Delphine Bagarry and Emilie Cariou, all members of the EDS group.
The new movement, which plans to present initial proposals at the end of the summer, with a particular emphasis on the plight of young people and wants to prevent " the sacrifice of a generation ", but also " to protect the economy with new regulations ", to redefine the place of work, or " engage in the ecological transition from the citizens ".
�� #NousDemain it is a call to all those who want to do politics differently ���� Join us to build together a movement humanist, ecologist and feminist, 100% open on the civil society ! Find our call in the JDD ⤵️ https://t.co/JGUzo3XAFZ— Aurélien Taché (@Aurelientache) June 28, 2020
in Addition to the deputies, the list of the first signatories to the account among other Brandy Boloko, co-chair of the City of chances, Elvira Jaouën, mayor of the small town of Courdimanche, Val-d'oise, and Dorian Dreuil, the author of the Plea for citizen involvement.
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