Matthieu Valet, former spokesperson for the Independent Union of Police Commissioners (SICP) will join the list of Jordan Bardella (National Rally) for the European elections of June 9, 2024.

If we do not yet know his position on the list led by Jordan Bardella for the European elections on June 9, the former spokesperson for the Union of Police Commissioners Matthieu Valet will join the National Rally for the next continental election with an objective clear: “right our country and put France back in order”. “I am proud to join the great political movement of Marine Le Pen and Jordan Bardella” he indicated on CNews and Europe 1, this Tuesday, April 9, 2024. An announcement which comes after the recent rallies of the former director of Frontex Fabrice Leggeri, and the essayist Malika Sorel.

Matthieu Valet had been on leave from the police for a week for “personal convenience” indicates Le Parisien. He would have formalized his choice internally this Monday. For several months, the rumor of a rallying to the RN had been growing, he had seen his position as spokesperson withdrawn within the SICP in December 2023. “I believe that in a France which is in a state of absolute emergency , with our institutions which are collapsing, the RN is the only party to have the courage to defend the French in heart and mind” he explained this Tuesday.

Aged 38 and originally from Lille, Matthieu Valet worked for several years in Île-de-France. He was notably deputy head of the Anti-Crime Brigade (Bac) in Val-de-Marne, before going into exile in the south of France. Union leader, well-publicized, he is regularly invited on television sets and in the media.

This Tuesday, he also wanted to recall his modest origins, raised “in a 15-story tower in a city in Lille”, then “became a peacekeeper through competitions, work, effort and merit. They gave me nothing (…) I went and got everything with my teeth,” he explained.

On the social network The head of the National Rally list, Jordan Bardella, wishes a “welcome” to a “man on the ground in a France in the grip of savagery”.

According to a latest Ifop-Fiducial poll for TF1, two months before the Europeans, the Rally increases its lead advantage and collects 32% of voting intentions, far ahead of the presidential majority list led by Valérie Hayer (19%). The Socialist Party/Public Square list led by Raphaël Glucksmann completes the podium with 11% voting intentions.