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"Greens: even if Jadot won, the party's program is radical"


TRIBUNE - Nearly 70% of voters in the environmentalist primary voted, in the first round, for candidates with extreme theses, argues Jean-Thomas Lesueur, general delegate of the Thomas More Institute (liberal conservative think-tank).

As predictable as it may have been, the result of the first round of the environmentalist primary is no less significant and spectacular.

Significant because Yannick Jadot, presented as the candidate of reason and measure, achieves a small 27.7% (and Jean Marc Governatori, holding a

"centrist ecology"

, obtains only an infinitesimal 2.35% ).

Spectacular because Sandrine Rousseau, candidate for integral wokism, is only two and a half points behind Jadot (25.14%).

Even if, with 22.3% each, Delphine Batho and Éric Piolle do not call to vote for her in the second round, we can consider that the ideology of degrowth, multiculturalism and intersectional struggles, weighs, in its nuances , for nearly 70% in the party.

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This massive result therefore establishes Europe Écologie-Les Verts (EELV) as the woke party of the political landscape.

If the rebellious France was able to challenge him for a while this title, environmentalists have taken a clear head start.

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Source: lefigaro

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