For Yannick Jadot, “Emmanuel Macron is neither a bulwark on the far right, nor a bulwark against climate change. Our historical responsibility is to overcome our differences, in any case to talk about it”, he urges. “Maybe we won’t succeed, but let’s try. And then we’ll see. We will perhaps define together a nomination process to have a single candidacy., he hopes. Let us build this hope for the French. (…) A primary which looks at the navel to know what is the identity of the left or the ecology would be a primary of the defeat, it would be a machine to lose “, he warns.
In mid-March, Yannick Jadot had already wished for a “designation process” common, but to all parties “political space” located between Jean-Luc Mélenchon and Emmanuel Macron, for the 2022 presidential election.
Yannick Jadot’s invitation was accepted by LFI leader Jean-Luc Mélenchon, PS boss Olivier Faure and Benoît Hamon, from Générations.
“Yes”, the founder of Générations and ex-presidential candidate Benoît Hamon replied laconically in a tweet.
– Benoît Hamon (@benoithamon) March 29, 2021
Jean-Luc Mélenchon for his part says he is “ready to meet personally” Yannick Jadot, “as we did in 2017 before you joined Benoît Hamon. Glad you are ready too”, he slipped in a tweet. “The danger from the far right has become extreme. You are right to reach out”, he added.
Cher @yjadot, I am ready to meet you personally whenever you want. As we did in 2017 before you joined Benoît Hamon. Glad you are ready for it too. The danger of the extreme right has become extreme. You are right to reach out. https://t.co/1zjJvw1FlZ
– Jean-Luc Mélenchon (@JLMelenchon) March 29, 2021
Olivier Faure wrote on Twitter to have called Yannick Jadot to tell him his “agreement on its desire to build a common project which will lead to a common candidate”, for “get out of the division and rise to the stakes”.
This morning I called Yannick Jadot to tell him my agreement on his desire to build a common project which will lead to a common candidate. This is what I have been defending for 3 years. The time has come to step out of the division and rise to the challenge. https://t.co/RjHDWNZnuY
– Olivier Faure (@faureolivier) March 29, 2021
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