Jean-Luc Mélenchon “is absolutely not disqualified” for Matignon, judges Mathilde Panot

Jean-Luc Mélenchon “is absolutely not disqualified” for Matignon, judges Mathilde Panot
Jean-Luc Mélenchon “is absolutely not disqualified” for Matignon, judges Mathilde Panot

After the second round of the legislative elections, Insoumise assured that the left will propose “a prime minister and a government this week.”

The battle for Matignon has begun on the left. Having come out on top in the legislative elections on Sunday with a very narrow relative majority, the New Popular Front should propose “a prime minister and a government this week”, assured the Insoumise Mathilde Panotre-elected MP for Val-de-Marne, this Monday morning on RTL. But, due to the lack of consensus on the method of designating the head of government and on his profile, representatives of the left-wing parties are making dissenting voices heard. Thus, while the first secretary of the PS, Olivier Faure, is pleading for a prime minister capable of “bringing the French together” and D’“to appease”, The rebellious Mathilde Panot does not prohibit the promotion Jean-Luc Mélenchon at Matignon.

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Although divisive, the rebellious leader “is absolutely not disqualified” for Matignon, affirmed the deputy La France insoumise (LFI) on Monday. “Jean-Luc Mélenchon is the one who taught the left how to win again, the one who gave hope to millions of people by winning 22% in the presidential election, the one thanks to whom not only the Nupes but today the New Popular Front was able to exist.”she said.

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