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Partial in Ariège: the left on the verge of a nervous breakdown


REPORT – Supported by Nupes, outgoing LFI MP Bénédicte Taurine faces socialist dissident Martine Froger in the second round on Sunday.

Special envoy to Ariège

On the floor of the Lavelanet covered market this Wednesday evening, François Ruffin has eyes that shoot.

Leaving Amiens in the morning, the deputy of the Somme spent his day on the train to go down to France and land in this small town of Ariège, at the foot of the Pyrenees.

“And wake up tomorrow at 5 a.m. to go back to Paris

“, he says.

A marathon on the rails necessary to fly to the aid of Bénédicte Taurine.

The outgoing LFI MP is in difficulty before the second round of the partial legislative election on Sunday.

If she came first in the first (31.18% of the vote), the Insoumise supported by the Nupes - and therefore officially the PS - is entangled in a duel against the socialist dissident, Martine Froger.

The latter managed to climb to the second round to everyone's surprise (26.42%), overtaking the candidate of the RN, Jean-Marc Garnier (24.78%).

A little revenge for this suspended rose party after her first attempt, already…

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Source: lefigaro

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