The rally on the left is looming more and more. The leadership of the Socialist Party subscribes to the proposals of the program of La France insoumise, in a document made public on Friday. In this four-page text, the Socialists, who began discussions on Wednesday with LFI with a view to an agreement in the legislative elections, present their “answers” to the “twelve markers” discussed by the formation of Jean-Luc Mélenchon.
Among them: Increase in the minimum wage to 1,400 euros net per month, retirement at 60, ecological planning, Sixth Republic, but also non-compliance with “certain European rules”. The PS also makes additional proposals “in faithfulness to our fundamentals and our priorities, by valuing convergences and without hiding differences”, writes the leadership of the left party.
Disagreement on the questions of the European
Regarding the “disobedience to the European treaties”, which LFI wishes, the Socialists say they are “deeply attached to the European construction”, and “will refuse