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More than 400 people for Primo summer meeting!

23 June 2019 - 9h00

In the presence of all 20 elected representatives of the Primo majority! of the National Council and Stéphane Valeri, president of the assembly and honorary president of the movement, more than 400 members responded to the event which took place on June 11th at The Méridien.

It is on a tube of Kungs, the artist chosen by the young people for the first MC Summer Concert, won by the Primo! Majority, that Stéphane Valeri came on stage for a highly anticipated speech, returning to the main topics of political news of the moment. After recalling the main progress achieved since the elections of February 2018, with a goal achieved for future deliveries of state housing through the National Housing Plan, the President of the National Council reviewed two particularly sensitive issues for the Monegasques and residents: the quality of life and the European Union. On the first point, Stéphane Valeri has confirmed that this issue is the number one issue for 2019, especially during the budget debates with the government from the beginning. On the negotiation of a possible agreement with the European Union, he recalled the strong position of the Primo! Majority, which will continue to be particularly cautious and vigilant, in the defense of the Monegasque identity and the national priority In all areas. At a time when a milestone would be likely to be crossed by the negotiators.


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