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"The cost of democracy"

2021-12-01T19:36:58.524Z

The editorial of Le Figaro, by Yves Thréard. "Money that corrupts, money that buys, money that crushes, money that kills, money that ruins, and money that rots to the conscience of men!"Thus spoke François Mitterrand at the Congress of Épinay of the Socialist Party, in 1971. The man was never stingy of moral lessons towards his adversaries, but it was given the same year in which the PS was organizing its hidden financing! A company responsi



"Money that corrupts, money that buys, money that crushes, money that kills, money that ruins, and money that rots to the conscience of men!"

Thus spoke François Mitterrand at the Congress of Épinay of the Socialist Party, in 1971. The man was never stingy of moral lessons towards his adversaries, but it was given the same year in which the PS was organizing its hidden financing!

A company responsible for extorting companies during the award of public contracts by the local communities he headed was effectively set up.

The pot aux roses will be discovered twenty years later when the Urba affair begins.

She was going, with others thereafter, to poison the political chronicle for a long time, destroy the careers of a number of elected officials and contribute to deepening the distrust of the French for their representatives.

As the 2022 presidential election approaches, the question of financing political life remains unanswered.

It continues to make waves.

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Source: lefigaro

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