Week, very hectic on the left side. Between an Anne Hidalgo who, faced with the possibility of a primary – popular or not – changes her mind like blouses, an Arnaud Montebourg who negotiates his program point by point with the one he judges the most bankable – in this case, at the moment, it’s Christiane Taubira – and a Jean-Luc Mélenchon and a Yannick Jadot who don’t hear the calls of their counterparts, we don’t really know where to turn.
For his part, the leader of the Insoumis has not been idle. Sentenced for public insult and defamation of journalists from the Radio France investigation unit, after their investigation into suspicions of overcharging during his 2017 presidential campaign, he continued his meal tour to collect his sponsorship promises (it would be 400). Before its big “immersive and olfactory” meeting in Nantes on Sunday.
Finally, the opening of the hunt for signatures has not yet started that the candidates are already rising up against “a democratic scandal”, according to some. It’s the same with every national election. Especially since the Cazeneuve government in 2016 decided to make all sponsorships public. Result: some contenders for the Elysée are in “difficulty”.