Legislative: for Laurent Berger, whom Glucksmann envisages at Matignon, the urgency is to “avoid” a victory for the RN

Legislative: for Laurent Berger, whom Glucksmann envisages at Matignon, the urgency is to “avoid” a victory for the RN
Legislative: for Laurent Berger, whom Glucksmann envisages at Matignon, the urgency is to “avoid” a victory for the RN

Know how to determine priorities. “The first emergency is to avoid the RN”, not to know who will go to Matignon, judged this Monday in Le Monde the former general secretary of the CFDT, Laurent Berger, whose name had been cited by Raphaël Glucksmann as possible Prime Minister in the event of a victory for the left.

“This training provides no response to the economic, social, ecological and democratic challenges that we all face. It leads us towards an impasse,” he declared in an interview published in the daily, shortly before an interview on France 2.

For Laurent Berger, Emmanuel Macron, through his decision on the evening of the European elections, “took an ultimate risk, that of the dissolution of democracy” and “poses a threat to what underlies the values ​​of the Republic: equality, freedom, fraternity”. And, in the early legislative elections, “this is not the time to give the keys to power to those who dream of a world of yesterday that never existed, around a stunted vision of identity,” he said. -he judged, depicting the RN as “the France of fear”, “not the France of solutions and even less the France of fraternity”.

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Mélenchon “tries to dynamite everything”

Asked to say if he was tempted by Matignon, Laurent Berger replied: “I do not subscribe to the register of temptations given the very serious situation we are experiencing. We are not in a small horse race.”

In his eyes, “the urgency of the moment is that there is not a National Assembly dominated by the RN, on the evening of July 7”. “Afterwards, the name of the personality who will go to Matignon is the least of my worries today,” he slipped. “In any case, it’s not my desire,” he added on France 2, recalling his “choice to withdraw from public life” to “embrace a career in the private sector”, do “a little teaching”.

Asked about the scenario of Jean-Luc Mélenchon at Matignon, the former general secretary of the CFDT blurted out on the public channel: “It cannot be Jean-Luc Mélenchon. We have to stop these stories. (…) He tries to dynamite everything. You know, there will be chaos makers everywhere. What is needed is appeasement, reconciliation and the ability to talk to each other and compromise.”

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