New boss of LFI, Manuel Bompard sweeps away criticism
The current reorganization is creating a stir within La France insoumise. Manuel Bompard, loyal to Jean-Luc Mélenchon, was appointed “coordinator of the movement” this weekend.
“While the moment calls for cohesion and openness for LFI, the management chooses closure and locking,” slammed the deputy for Seine-Saint-Denis Clémentine Autain on Saturday. “We must democratize La France insoumise”, she persists this Monday in Liberation. On Sunday, his colleague from the Somme François Ruffin deplored on LCI a “shrinkage”.
“If we can avoid spreading these discussions in the public square, it’s better,” pleaded Manuel Bompard on France Inter on Monday. “I’m not telling anyone to shut up,” he added. We need to be able to have exchange frameworks and we have them, we will still have them internally. »
.@mbompard : “That some people who wanted to be members of this operational management are not, it’s a problem for the rich”, responding to Clémentine Autain and François Ruffin who are excluded from the new management of insubordinate France.#le7930inter pic.twitter.com/WNvxy8Ce6B
– France Inter (@franceinter) December 12, 2022
“My problem today is not Clémentine Autain or François Ruffin, concluded the deputy of Bouches-du-Rhône, who took over the constituency of Mélenchon in the legislative elections of June 2022. My problem is Emmanuel Macron , it’s the extreme right, it’s how we do to provide an answer to social suffering, to ecological suffering in this country. »
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