Friday, February 26, 2016

Hollande candidate for the primary? Aubry finally for Le Foll always against – Liberation

She was surprised and disappointed many of his relatives. Wednesday night, on the sidelines of a trip and a few hours after being published in World a forum-indictment against the policy pursued for two years by the executive and first against the reform of the code of work, Martine Aubry had found that François Hollande, as outgoing President had not “need” to submit to a primary to apply to his estate. In the mouth of the finalists of the 2011 primary citizen and while many call the initiators published by Libération for a primary left and ecology – including Daniel Cohn-Bendit and Michel Wieviorka – co-signed the text in the World the output does not go unnoticed

But twenty-four hours later, when she spent a head. in the Lille step Our Primary, the mayor of the city, which does not seem to imagine recandidater to such a vote, acknowledged having had the day before a “a little institutional response” . “If now it seems to be the way that François Hollande is a candidate and he is ready to come to this primary, it’s great , she added . Today, I see that things are moving. “ Reference to the fact that Jean-Christophe Cambadélis, the first secretary of the PS, has himself said rather favorable to a primary of any left. “Well, well, let’s go, in these conditions! And, as the president seems to say that if he was running there would not be opposed, then here, push for everyone, including those who do not want to come, agrees to come in this great democratic movement “. That’s Jean-Luc Mélenchon, present also in Lille Thursday night and fierce opponent of any prédésignation before the first round of presidential elections.

“Do it would be nice? “

in the first Dutch circle, the Minister of Agriculture, Stéphane Le Foll, was he, again showed hostile to see his champion, busy at the Elysee but little People left, lend themselves to the pursuit of a primary. This Friday on France Info, he said: “In a context where we are dealing with an agricultural crisis [...], but also a crisis fight against terrorism, situation in Europe that [. ..] is a major topic, we we would be debating whether at the end of the year everyone participates in a primary, is that it would be nice, would not it be nice ? “ He added, with a certain arrogance: ” This story, I will leave to those who want to deal with. And I remind all those who have a responsibility to the government, is we, it is France and the French, and the rest does not count. “ At this rate there …

Jonathan Bouchet-Petersen


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