A good foot in the dish. The day of mobilization against the pension reform on Tuesday, June 6 could give the opportunity to the Nupes to appear again - and perhaps for the last time on this issue - in a united front against the parliamentary "maneuvers" of the presidential majority. This was without counting on Jean-Luc Mélenchon, at the head of the Insoumis.
In an interview with 20 minutes published Monday, the triple presidential candidate denounced "the small interests of parties" that put the Nupes "in danger". "If there is no union in the European elections," Mélenchon warned, "there will be none in the municipal elections either. Why would there be one in the presidential election?" This pressure tool to constitute a common list for the European elections has already been used by the Insoumis, their number two in particular, Manuel Bompard. Even though the ecologists and socialists refuse to do so, as do the communists. All consider that this proportional election in one round is...
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