Within La France Insoumise, some call them “the slingers”: Clémentine Autain, François Ruffin, Alexis Corbière, Éric Coquerel or even Raquel Garrido.
Report at the time when the socialist president François Hollande had to face the discontent of part of his majority.
This time, it is the former socialist senator, triple presidential candidate, Jean-Luc Mélenchon who has alienated some of the most media and popular figures of his movement.
Unhappy not to be part of the new leadership of the Insoumis, renewed on December 10, these deputies no longer hesitate to make their complaints heard in the public space.
"LFI would do better to put all these meetings against pensions in coherence"
On February 16, these five Melenchonist executives will perform at a joint Nupes meeting with LFI MEP Leïla Chaibi.
A meeting organized at 7 p.m. at the Seine-Saint-Denis Departmental Labor Exchange, in Bobigny, in a room that can accommodate 800 people, on the initiative of the deputy for the constituency, Raquel Garrido.
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The leaflet is being printed.
Stated objective: to fire red ball on the reform of the pensions of the government.
And on Jean-Luc Mélenchon?
This meeting of the "Avengers", as some of them call themselves, is not trivial in a period when the LFI house is rocking.
“This proves that we are doing the job” launches Raquel Garrido, in response to the criticisms, microphones cut, of the relatives of Jean-Luc Mélenchon with regard to these dissatisfied with the internal democracy of the movement.
"It's neither understandable nor effective to do without talent," continues Raquel Garrido, who had not been invited to any of LFI's "meetings against high cost of living" this fall.
“LFI would do better to put all these meetings against pensions in coherence, to articulate them, but we organize ourselves without” underlines another.
Manuel Bompard, the brand new national coordinator of LFI, and therefore number 2 of the party, was not invited.
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