“Jadot, Roussel, Hidalgo, below 5%, call for the dam to Marine Le Pen?

They could do it by union by withdrawing.

Shame on them, on their ego”.

The attack, virulent, is signed Ségolène Royal.

Sunday evening, the former socialist contender for the presidency castigated the attitude of the left-wing candidates who played their participation solo.

Because the calculation is as follows: if the communist Fabien Roussel (2.28% of the vote), the socialist Anne Hidalgo (1.75%) and the ecologist Yannick Jadot (4.63%) had rallied upstream to Jean-Luc Mélenchon (21.95%), the latter would probably have exceeded Marine Le Pen (23.15%) to reach the second round against Emmanuel Macron.

Tensions are therefore high on the left, against a backdrop of criticism of the “small candidates” who would have interfered with the “useful vote” towards the LFI candidate.

As of Sunday evening, Roussel was booed by the Insoumis militants.

Then the headquarters of the Communist Federation of the North was damaged.

And in Nantes, the offices of Europe Ecologie les Verts (EELV) and the PCF have been tagged with the word “traitors”.

You voted left in the first round of the presidential election on Sunday, but not for Jean-Luc Mélenchon.

Are you blamed for it in your entourage, have you discussed it?

What arguments have you put forward?

Do you find it unfair that you can be blamed for your choice in the first round?

Or do you regret it today, knowing that Jean-Luc Mélenchon failed by very little?

Tell us.


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  • Presidential election 2022

  • Jean-Luc Melenchon

  • Yannick Jadot

  • Fabien Roussel

  • Anne Hidalgo

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