The worst is not always certain, said the French playwright and essayist Paul Claudel. Especially when it can be avoided ... This is exactly what Emmanuel Macron thinks to himself when, after four years in office, he reflects on his campaign for his re-election in 2022. Because the current head of state, at the end of the day An analyst and François Hollande's successor that he is, knows one thing: if a good employment record does not guarantee victory, poor results in terms of unemployment, as the election approaches, can precipitate a defeat. Of course, the employment and unemployment files, which are major for the French especially in the year of emerging from the crisis, risk not being at the heart of the presidential battle - and even undoubtedly relegated to the pace at which things are going behind the safety and health issues.But they will count for sure and history is there to remind the Head of State, in case he forgets it ...
Lionel Jospin, unsuccessful candidate against Jacques Chirac in
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