In his editorial for this Tuesday, April 26, Jérôme Béglé, managing director of the Journal du Dimanche, looks at the post-presidential election political landscape and the composition of the future government.
A presidential election is supposed to clarify the political landscape. But the one that just ended on Sunday adds even more confusion. With what majority will Emmanuel Macron govern? A government of national unity is unlikely as France seems fragmented.
A grand coalition open to left and right? A classic tactic of individual poaching? Or an agreement in good and due form with this part of the Republicans capable of governing with this President who looks like him time? We will have part of the answer with the composition of the first government of this second five-year term.