“Post-truth”, from Trump to Mélenchon

“Post-truth”, from Trump to Mélenchon
“Post-truth”, from Trump to Mélenchon

Le 1er May 2024 may not be remembered. But, if he stays there, it will be like the day when Jean-Luc Mélenchon sabotaged any hope of union of the left. He had revived it the day after the election of Emmanuel Macron, in 2022. He had then just finished in third position in the presidential election, and was convinced that this election had been stolen from him. Like Donald Trump in 2020.

So, he ran for the post of Prime Minister, with the Nupes as his instrument of conquest, an electoral alliance signed on a corner of the table with partners stunned by their humiliating electoral performances. Notably the PS, with its pathetic 1.7%. For some constituencies, François Mitterrand’s party agreed to submit to the one who had embodied…


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