Catherine Dumon, Lutte Ouvrière candidate in Creuse, “to change society”

Catherine Dumon, Lutte Ouvrière candidate in Creuse, “to change society”
Catherine Dumon, Lutte Ouvrière candidate in Creuse, “to change society”

She appeared for the first time in 1978, against André Chandernagor. Catherine Dumon returns to the campaign under the Lutte Ouvrière banner. And the oldest candidate in Creuse has lost none of her convictions.

The first time that Catherine Dumon ran for legislative elections in Creuse, it was against André Chandernagor in 1978! Since then, the former SNCF employee has not missed many electoral deadlines. Arlette Laguiller de la Creuse is therefore returning to the campaign at 73 years old. Dean, yes, of the candidates, she never deviated from her line, clinging to her convictions as in the spring of 1968.
“I have been involved in Lutte Ouvrière since 1968 when I met comrades,” said the septuagenarian. And I remained faithful to these ideas. Society is still monstrous. It is those who have everything who make the decisions and there are those who have nothing. »And then, there were these Europeans “with the RN score and the announcement of the dissolution. Macron gives us the floor again. Well, let’s take it to defend the point of view of the world of work. The population is disgusted: deterioration of life, destruction of public services…”.
At her side, to defend workers and speak out for them, Catherine Dumon chose Aline Sironneau. Also retired, also living in Haute-Vienne, she was a hospital service agent. Both will also be present at the Guéret market on Saturday morning.

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In the last legislative elections in Creuse, Catherine Dumon received 1.30% of the votes. Nothing to discourage her, especially since “anything could happen,” she emphasizes. We want to represent and express these ideas even if we are a small group of people who have not abandoned the idea that we can change society.” As for already giving instructions for the second round… “We’re not there yet. Everything will depend on the people and the circumstances. »

Séverine Perrier

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