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"Our responsibility is to nurture hope": in Saint-Ouen, the left tries to unite again, without Mélenchon

2023-12-07T21:58:10.952Z

Highlights: Elected representatives from the four left-wing parties gathered this Thursday evening in Seine-Saint-Denis for a meeting against the immigration bill. Both are at odds with Jean-Luc Mélenchon, who was not invited, as was the Insoumise leadership. "Our responsibility is to nurture hope": in Saint-Ouen, the left tries to unite again, without Mé Lenchon. Until proven otherwise, this is not a coup by the Unbowed.


Elected representatives from the four left-wing parties gathered this Thursday evening in Seine-Saint-Denis for a meeting against the immigration bill.


A fire alarm sounded. It's already the second time this evening. Until proven otherwise, this is not a coup by the Unbowed. On the evening of Thursday, December 7, in the Barbara room in Saint-Ouen (Seine-Saint-Denis), where the left had agreed to meet against the immigration bill, there were two deputies to represent LFI: Raquel Garrido and Clémentine Autain. Both are at odds with Jean-Luc Mélenchon, who was not invited, as was the Insoumise leadership.

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However, the small room, where nearly 200 people have gathered, welcomes almost all the figures of the left, who gathered until a few weeks ago within the Nupes. Olivier Faure, the head of the Socialist Party, Yannick Jadot, Cyrielle Chatelain and Julien Bayou for the Ecologists, Elsa Faucillon and Fabien Gay for the Communists, and, therefore, Clémentine Autain and Raquel Garrido. But also former PS figures such as ex-ministers Benoît Hamon and Najat Vallaud-Belkacem.

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Source: leparis

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