Between doing communication and politics, the difference is sometimes very small. Marine Le Pen, alone in the courtyard of the Louvre, the staging surely reminds you of something. And it is accepted. The National Rally candidate wants to set up a duel with Emmanuel Macron, on symbols and on his program. In Brittany, it comes to oppose a wind turbine project at sea supported by the government.
But the answer finally came from Jean-Luc Mélenchon. The leader of La France insoumise and presidential candidate proposes 100% renewable energy by 2045. And to get his message across, what better than a meeting presented as a world first. 360° screens, smells diffused in the room for a visit in space. While the rebellious leader wants to save the planet, Christiane Taubira still hopes to save the left. Now it’s official, the former Keeper of the Seals is therefore a candidate for a primary whose results neither Jean-Luc Mélenchon, nor Yannick Jadot, nor Anne Hidalgo will recognize.
The mayor of Paris who had launched the idea of a primary seems a little more weakened. But if we talk about project, that of Éric Zemmour for the school did not go unnoticed. To remedy what he calls the collapse of the school system, he offered a few ideas. But the controversy will come from its proposal for disabled children. The indignation is unanimous, including on the right. Epilogue of a hectic week, but very stable in voting intentions. If we refer to the averages of all the polls, behind Emmanuel Macron, the order remains unchanged for the moment. On the left, there is still no candidate who exceeds 10%.