The former minister of productive Recovery could benefit from a dynamic in the polls. He still hopes to achieve the unit of slingers.
A new wind would blow it on the campaign of Arnaud Montebourg? The former minister of productive Recovery announced Sunday night on TF1 his participation in the socialist primaries, a few hours after the latest negotiations on the organization of the election during a national council of the PS. At the same time, a BVA survey published on Monday in the regional press would put him ahead of François Hollande in the second round… what a worry to supporters of the head of the State and building the momentum hoped for at the left of the PS, whereas up to now, the socialist rebellious cresting in the polls of voting intentions for the presidential election.
In the margins of the national council of the PS, Jean-Christophe Cambadélis, support non-concealed François Hollande, has begun to de-mine the survey, even before its release. He said not to believe, as it would be published, with a participation of close to 2 million French, and in particular, a substantial involvement of those who claim to be from the right or the FN. What to put in question the final outcome of the survey.
“If Cambadélis is at the level of wanting to crack a announcement, it is that the event is well-Montebourg !”
Cambadélis has also cut the grass under the feet of Montebourg, rejoicing publicly of his participation in the primary, several hours before it is officially declared. In recent times, the suspense was more of a political game than reality. But the ex-minister wanted to remain free to negotiate, and while François Hollande made it last the wait until December.
The delicacy of Cambadélis has been noticed by the team of Montebourg and omen of some tensions in the months to come between the two wings of the PS. “If it is at the level of wanting to crack a announcement, it is that the event is well-Montebourg!”, was confirmed Sunday, François Kalfon. The director of campaign of the former minister has ironisé on “attempts to smear” of which they are the target. “These twigs that some of us put in the wheels are nothing compared to the gaping of the opposition between Manuel Valls and François Hollande”, he advanced, ensuring that the prime minister “supports the president” like a rope supports the hanged man”.
The unit of the left rebellious rests on the shoulders of Benoît Hamon
Arnaud Montebourg and his family and friends will need to surf without waiting for the forward momentum. For this, a single candidate of the left, the rebellious would be an asset, but for the moment remains at the level of the dream. With caution, without wanting to give away any of the “injunction”, the deputy Laurent Baumel, in charge of the content of the campaign, acknowledges to be “one of those who think that a single nomination in the face to François Hollande or Manuel Valls would be more readable and attractive to the eyes of the French”.
Host with Jérôme Guedj of the campaign of the senator rebellious Marie-Noëlle Lienemann, the mep Emmanuel Maurel only leaves room for little hope. “She has always said that it was not a suicide bomber. Especially if the candidates were able to unite on a name at the first turn. But, as Arnaud Montebourg and Benoît Hamon to go, she doesn’t see why it would not run.” It is on the shoulders of the deputy PS, Benoît Hamon, placed for the moment behind Arnaud Montebourg in the polls, is the key to the unit.
“I want this to be a primary calmed down, I’ll fight for it. I don’t want this to be a battle of scavengers!” Jean-Christophe Cambadélis warned from the outset that the socialists do not intend to show off. Sunday at the end of a national council actant in the organization of these primary so-called “citizens”, the boss of the PS welcomed the fact that they are not further challenged. Up here, Arnaud Montebourg reserved its participation.
The “Parliament” of the PS has taken over the conditions of sponsorship of 2011
not surprisingly, the “Parliament” of the PS has taken over the conditions of sponsorship for 2011, and indicated that”at least” 8000 polling stations will be open. “We hope to go to 9000″, stressed Cambadélis. The PS is also committed to put “at the disposal of candidates from its ranks (…) an endowment of 50,000 euros”.
The High Authority of the primary citizens will take up his functions on 5 October, before the launch on 17 October on the website of the consultation. The candidates will be able to occur between the 1st and the 15th of December, prior to the start of the campaign, on 17 December. The vote will take place on 22 and 29 January.
Jean-Christophe Cambadélis, as the executive, has, however, been unfavourable to the participation of the socialists in the primary from the right. “The problem, he says, is not to qualify Juppé but to describe the left.”