It's a thick mystery like the fog from which Les Républicains dream of emerging: which charismatic figure is ready to embody their political project without delay?
On the smoking ruins of the debate on pension reform, which turned into a spectacle of their divisions, this question took on a new dimension, fueled by the deafening silence of Laurent Wauquiez on the subject.
And, as the days go by, the list of ambitions grows without any name being able to boast of being a point of reference for the disoriented right.
Because, beyond the three most cited leaders that are Laurent Wauquiez, Xavier Bertrand and David Lisnard, some assure that the Arlesian François Baroin resurfaces "
since we know that Macron will come out of the radar",
that the option Bruno Retailleau can no longer be dismissed
"because his intellectual power has seduced"
and it will be difficult to stop the young Aurélien Pradié, who found
"the taste of blood"
by biting into the indigestible...
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