STORY – The former minister comes out of the woods to defend the unity of the “popular bloc” in the face of the duel announced between Macron and Le Pen.
A month ago, Arnaud Montebourg was tired. Very tired, even weary and discouraged. Like so many French people, the former Minister of Productive Recovery was shaken up by the Covid. To those who met him, he shared his impressions of this virus, expressed his concerns about the political and social climate of the country. But also on the divided left. He was filled with doubt. Even though, a few months earlier, in January, in an interview with Point, after vigorously defending his book in the fall (L’Engagement, at Grasset), he judged “obvious»The question of his candidacy …
Arnaud Montebourg obviously had not said his last word. He wanted to at least say a few before the summer break. A half-hearted “return”. No trips planned, but a presence in the media, likely to leave the suspense last until the fall.
Already, the former PS deputy has just published a column in The world in which he reaffirms
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