COUNTER-POINT – Perked up by its flattering scores, the right has no right to waste this opportunity to finally exist in the presidential match. What obliges him to a single candidacy and recognized by all.
Three big winners are two too many when it comes to choosing the one who will lead his camp to the presidential election. Xavier Bertrand can boast of having pushed back the RN the most and, at the same time, humiliated the macronists. Laurent Wauquiez can boast of having obtained the highest score of the three (55.17%). And Valérie Pécresse, for having garnered the most votes on her name (1,076,801 votes). On the right, the regional ones did not serve as a primary.
On the one hand, there is a requirement. Rejuvenated by its flattering scores, the right has no right to waste this opportunity to finally exist in the presidential match. What obliges him to a single candidacy and recognized by all. But on the other hand, there is evidence. Neither Bertrand, nor Pécresse, nor Wauquiez, nor, a fortiori, Retailleau, Barnier, Lisnard or Juvin, nor Baroin, if he made up his mind, do not appear to be an indisputable champion. None has the obvious legitimacy of a Sarkozy yesterday, of a Chirac the day before yesterday.
“A team from France
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