At a distance from Jean-Luc Mélenchon, François Ruffin begins his long march towards 2027
François Ruffin, in March, with the employees of the Tereos group. FRANCOIS LO PRESTI INVESTIGATION – The deputy of the Somme, who brings to life his singularity vis-à-vis the Insoumis…
François Ruffin, in March, with the employees of the Tereos group. FRANCOIS LO PRESTI
INVESTIGATION – The deputy of the Somme, who brings to life his singularity vis-à-vis the Insoumis movement, has just launched an appeal for donations to develop his political influence and try to break out of his isolation.
Are the stars aligning for François Ruffin in view of 2027? Last summer, the deputy of the Somme was far from imagining the fall of Adrien Quatennens for a case of domestic violence. Without having anything to do, his main competitor among the Insoumis for the next presidential election – in addition to Jean-Luc Mélenchon, clified out of category – left him the field free. A few months later, Sophie Binet, with whom he had built ties in 2016 at the time of the Nuit Debout movement, was elected head of the CGT. A valuable et after months of campaigning against pension reform during which the unions have returned to the fore. A new era, too, after the tensions of recent years between Philippe Martinez and Jean-Luc Mélenchon.
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In this context of buoyant winds, François Ruffin launched a call for donations on May 13 to support his political influence and, without it being explicitly expressed, to structure his small training…