Paris lawyers display several candidates in outfits from the Ancien Régime

12 days before the first round of the presidential election, the noose is tightening for the candidates. The latter generally do not lack ideas to talk about them or their ideas. But they may come across an even more unexpected idea.

From this Monday, March 28, Parisians will be able to observe in the streets of Paris rather special posters of certain candidates dressed in outfits from the Ancien Régime : Marine Le Pen with a golden dress and pearls, Emmanuel Macron in a purple coat, Jean-Luc Mélenchon with a gigantic collar or Éric Zemmour as a court scribe.

This surprising operation is carried out by Parisian lawyers to challenge the candidates on the lack of debate around the field of justice. And on each of the posters, Parisians will be able to read the following message: “justice is not a privilege. What do you propose to restore confidence in justice and strengthen its efficiency?




Emanuel Macron.

Credit: Paris Lawyers.

Emanuel Macron.
Credits: Lawyers from Paris.

Yannick Jadot.
Credits: Paris Lawyers

Marine Le Pen.
Credits: Lawyers from Paris.

Jean-Luc Melenchon.
Credits: Lawyers from Paris.

Eric Zemmour.
Credits: Lawyers from Paris.

Valerie Pécresse.
Credits: Lawyers from Paris.

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The Paris Bar took advantage of this action to make ten proposalssuch as the increase in the means of justice or the desire to establish a moratorium on reforms in matters of civil procedure.

This is not the first time that Parisian lawyers have taken such action. In 2017, the candidates were this time dressed up as… prehistoric men.

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