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Right: “Waiting for the boss”

2022-05-27T18:13:45.688Z

The editorial of Le Figaro, by Yves Thréard. Is this the effect of the presidential knockout? The Republican right seems groggy as the legislative elections approach. She would however have every reason to come out loud and clear: a certain vagueness surrounds the intentions of Emmanuel Macron, the vision of France of the new Minister of Education is to say the least questionable, the economic situation is deteriorating at high speed … In th



Is this the effect of the presidential knockout?

The Republican right seems groggy as the legislative elections approach.

She would however have every reason to come out loud and clear: a certain vagueness surrounds the intentions of Emmanuel Macron, the vision of France of the new Minister of Education is to say the least questionable, the economic situation is deteriorating at high speed … In this unexciting context, we only hear Jean-Luc Mélenchon.

Without complex, the braggart of the radical left, he already sees himself at Matignon.

With his union of the left made of odds and ends, a veritable army of Bourbaki, he saturates the media with his sales pitches.

Where, precisely, the LR party is supposed to have much more serious arguments to put forward.

Is it a loss of confidence?

A lack of audacity?

The Damien Abad affair,

which comes from its ranks, does it have something to do with it?

If a bundle of causes can explain this great silence, it is above all an undisputed and indisputable leader...

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Source: lefigaro

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