8:52 PM, May 06, 2022
Asked about Stanislas Greene’s appeal to socialists “who refuse to deny their convictions”, Socialist Mayor Mann felt it was “a real democratic problem” to say: “To rule, you have to be with me, if you are against, that means you are an extremist.”
Stéphane Le Foll, the socialist mayor of Le Mans, was a guest onEurope weekend evening. Asked about the appeal by Stanislas Grenny of the new presidential party “Renaissance” to socialists “who refuse to give up their convictions”, he considered that “this is a real democratic problem” to say: “In order to govern, one must be with me, if you are against, it means You are an extremist.” According to him, the presidential elections in April “resulted in a form of a tripartite” between Jean-Luc Mélenchon, Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen. A form of pluralism chosen by the French and must be respected.
The socialist believes that the re-elected president should “stop this dangerous game” because “this policy of wooing all who are willing to act on the future of France,” by not agreeing with the decisions of the majority, is not. Good for democracy.
Nevertheless, the socialist admits that he has common ground with the current head of state, starting with the “Great Question of Europe”, but also his interventions onUkraine. However, “on a lot of other topics”, notably the legislative election battle, Stéphane Le Foll asserts that playing “all the time like this” with “oppositions being brought back to extremes, can no longer continue”.
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