They were sixteen the day after the second round of the legislative elections, last June. Now there are twenty-one. The small group of MPs Libertés, indépendants, outre-mer et territoires (Liot) is the one that has strengthened the most after a year in office. Under the spotlight during the pension reform with its motion of censure, and more recently with its proposal for a law of repeal, this "technical" movement, born of the merger of two groups that already existed under the last mandate - Freedoms and territories and UDI and independents - never ceases to be talked about.
Yet it is composed of political figures from very different backgrounds: elected representatives of overseas territories, Corsican separatists, centrists, ex-UDI, and even some former anti-Napes socialists.
Five ex-socialists anti-Nupes
Moreover, it is the latter - there are five - who decided to join the group during the parliamentary term. First, last September, when Jean-Louis Bricout (Aisne)...
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