Sandrine Rousseau went to the front on Monday against Yannick Jadot, convinced to have the momentum in her favor. His victory would be likely to shatter the Green Party.
Bluff, pressure, tension. After a rather calm first round in view of the habits of environmentalists, civilized despite differences, centered on the substance, the first hours of the second round electrified the atmosphere. As of Monday morning, the two finalists – MEP Yannick Jadot led with 27.7% of the 106,000 votes cast and number two, Sandrine Rousseau (25.14%) – planted their banners. The feminist economist was able to impose the launch of this second round campaign on the theme of radicalism; the MEP was able to respond to him by imposing his own conception of radicalism, first of all ecological.
Rousseau side, we assume to want to go to the front, suddenly, with the dynamic advantage of a good score in the first round. Jadot side where we hoped for a score above 30%, we want to continue to embody the rally. The tension is likely to be all the stronger as nothing is played. A victory for Rousseau would be a real blow to
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