France’s top presidential contenders: Who’s proposing what?

              FILE - French conservative candidate for the upcoming presidential election Valerie Pecresse delivers her speech during a campaign rally, Sunday, April 3, 2022 in Paris. Pecresse denounced Putin's brutality and pushed for firm sanctions on Russia. Valerie Pecresse said she prepared herself for the role of army chief assigned to the President. She wants a ban on wearing the veil for young girls and in sport associations. (AP Photo/Lewis Joly, File)
              FILE - French Far-left presidential candidate for the 2022 election Jean-Luc Melenchon gestures as he speaks during a meeting in Nantes, western France, Sunday, Jan. 16, 2022. Jean-Luc Melenchon used to call Russia a "partner," even as European governments were scrambling to find ways to avert a Russian invasion of Ukraine. He now supports the Ukrainian's "resistance" and Russians who are opposing the war and fighting "dictatorship" in their own country. (AP Photo/Jeremias Gonzalez, File)
              FILE - French far-right presidential candidate Eric Zemmour delivers his speech during a campaign rally on the Trocadero square, in front of the Eiffel Tower, Sunday, March 27, 2022 in Paris. Eric Zemmour wants France to get out of NATO military command and make its own security choices. Zemmour's plans include creating a coast-guard military force, removing social benefits for non-European foreigners, deporting migrants who entered illegally in the country and foreigners who stay unemployed for more than six months. (AP Photo/Michel Euler, File)
              FILE - French far-right leader Marine Le Pen delivers a speech during a campaign rally, Feb. 5, 2022 in Reims, eastern France. Marine Le Pen, 53, is considered Macron's main challenger. Le Pen's plans include the end of family reunification, restricting social benefits to the French only, deporting foreigners who stay unemployed for over a year and other migrants who entered illegally in the country. (AP Photo/Michel Euler, File)
              FILE - French President Emmanuel Macron and centrist candidate for reelection delivers his speech during a meeting in Paris, Saturday, April 2, 2022. Emmanuel Macron has been at the forefront of international talks on how to support Ukraine and take sanctions against Russia. The situation tended to enhance his stature as world leader and boosted his popularity in polls. Macron vowed to keep investing in the French military and "significantly" reinforcing European armies' capacities and cooperation. (AP Photo/Francois Mori, File)