The socialist party as it was conceived during the congress of Epinay in 1971 is dead. Guest of the TV5 Monde/20 Minutes/Ouest-France/Nice Matin “Face aux Territoires” program, Jean-Christophe Cambadélis reaffirmed his opposition to the agreement signed between the PS, the Greens and insubordinate France (LFI) in view of the legislative elections. “For 25 seats to defend and perhaps win four or five more, we accept anything and everything”.
The former first secretary of the PS therefore believes that the party, as it was founded by François Mitterrand, must carry out a “deep overhaul”. For him, it is a “new political movement” that must be created, “on the model of the German SPD”.
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