It is getting late, the night sitting is coming to an end in the Chamber. As often since the beginning of this new mandate, the different camps are counted, the ball in the stomach. For the opposition, it is a question of once again defeating the Macronist camp on a bill to oblige town halls to adorn the European flag. "We will lose, we are less numerous," laments the Insoumise Caroline Fiat, pessimistic. In desperation, the LFI Vice-President of the Assembly rushes in search of MPs who can tip the scales in the right direction. She sees some elected representatives of the National Rally, including Thomas Ménagé, with whom she has good relations. "You vote against, you, come quickly, it's played in a few minutes," she tells them, panting. The small corridor manoeuvre will not be enough to derail the adoption of the text. The image reveals one thing: if most of the groups continue publicly...
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