<- Hard & eacute; e: 0.030348062515259 sec -> The leader of environmentalists senators, Jean-Vincent Place, warned Wednesday that Cécile Duflot EELV would experience a split if it resulted in opposition and alliance with the Left Party. It confirms the dissension that arose when both environmentalists Ministers (Cécile Duflot and Pascal Canfin) refused to participate in Valls Government on 31 March.
“If the majority of my friends, and Cécile Duflot, leaning towards the opposition to President of the Republic and an agreement with the Left Party there will be two ecologies, “he said to the Association of Parliamentary Journalists. He then explained that any hostile vote environmentalists Budget, instead of their current abstention would be a sign of their descent into the opposition.
Located want more lists PS- EELV
Repeating be in favor of a “primary left” before the presidential election of 2017, he also pronounced for the most common lists between EELV and PS for departmental elections next March. “I am in favor of (union with the PS) , especially when departmental majorities have worked well, they conducted a social policy, a policy ecological, democratic policy, “he said
” I hear a few days a refrain that is to say. There will be almost no agreement with the PS and it will be with the Left Front . I asked to see, “recalling signing with Jérôme Guedj, Socialist president of the council of Essonne, a pre-agreement, which should materialize in the coming days. Jean-Vincent Place believes that the departments will be divided into “three thirds” third “with actually the left of the left”, one third of autonomy and a third with PS-EELV alliances.
Duflot: the political executive “exacerbates inequality”
On November 17, Emmanuelle Cosse, national secretary of EELV, had praised the autonomy of his party in the departmental and regional elections of 2015, although in that party alliances are decided at the local level.
Monday, Cécile Duflot again felt that the Executive Policy “exacerbates inequalities” and “creates unemployment” and calls “fundamental analysis error” recent statements by Emmanuel Macron a possible relaxation of 35 hours.