Because political parties:
do not recognize
their mistakes; they discreetly adapt to the new situation and hope that no one notices;
in the caporalist system of the Fifth Republic, favoring
blind loyalty and obedience to the detriment of political imagination or autonomy, whatever the effects on the relevance of their political offer.
It’s a bummer, isn’t it? If friend Benjamin had polished his leek before Macron (sorry, activists 😂🤣) chose between him and Villani, the spider man would have become the REM candidate. But now,
! He must remain punished, in the corner, in the darkness! We won’t talk to him anymore!
A reunification of the Villani and Griveaux lists would be the last chance for the REM to conquer the Paris town hall, a victory that is so symbolic for this party that is still looking for itself. But the authority and the
of the leader are more important than the victory itself. So we’re going to appoint another little marquis or some piss-taker to lead the lists, but at the same time ensure that Villani is not elected, so that his indiscipline is properly punished.
This is not the first time this pattern has occurred.
After Jacques Chirac’s failure in the 1988 presidential election, which had seemed unstoppable for the right two years earlier, what did RPR do? Changed its leader, officially abandoned the semi-thatchereal programme that had sent them into the wall? years, all its leaders, presidential candidates, prime ministers, were from the yes camp (Ségolène Royal, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, François Hollande, Martine Aubry, Harlem Désir, Jean-Marc Ayrault, etc.). Until the arrival of Prime Minister Manuel Valls and then of presidential candidate Benoît Hamon (non-party), who each reflected one side of this identity malaise, rather than a real political reflection on the future of the left...
Macron, pardon the EMN 😂🤣, has named Agnes Buzyn to head the list. I therefore withdraw "little marquis" and "pisser" (I had other female "personalities" of the party in mind). But, as
In his comment, it is simply mind-boggling that the Speaker decided to distract the Minister of Health from her work during this time of coronavirus pandemic. It is a terrible admission of her priorities. Obedience to the leader comes first.