At the end of the queue, Clémentine Autain appears to have fallen off her chair. When we called her on Thursday, December 8th, we thought we gave her some good news. We had just learned from Manuel Bompards, right-hand man of Jean-Luc Mélenchon, that she would soon be appointed “political advice” of La France insoumise (LFI). ” Oh good…she says. You teach me… They’re bloated anyway…” We quickly understood that the good news was not one. Clémentine Autain was not happy at all. However, she recently spoke to Jean-Luc Mélenchon and to “Manu” Bompard. She thought about integrating “space coordination”the holiest of LFI, rather than this “political advice” hazy, a closet of sorts for rebellious forty-somethings and staunch group leaders. But no…
successor in politics
Generally, this is the least prepared moment in politics. The one where the elders refuse to hand over when the new ones struggle to place themselves. “L’Obs” analyzed four stories about current successions:
- Philippe, Darmanin, Le Maire: the war between the three will take place (1/4)
- Clémentine Autain and François Ruffin, ready to “do better” than Mélenchon? (2/4)
- At Les Républicains, the impossible legacy of Nicolas Sarkozy (3/4)
- On RN, how Marine Le Pen made Bardella heir (4/4)
In his misfortune, the representative of Seine-Saint-Denis was perhaps a little reassured to see that the popular François Ruffin, the taulier Alexis Corbière, the media
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