“There is no plan B for those who consider that the Socialist Party must have a role on a national scale, retorts the president of Seine-Saint-Denis to those who oppose the agreement with LFI. Either it’s okay or it’s turning to macronie.”
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“It’s a nonsense” to oppose the agreement in principle between the PS and rebellious France for the legislative elections, estimated on franceinfo Stéphane Troussel, president of the department of Seine-Saint-Denis, member of the national office of the Socialist Party, while Bernard Cazeneuve and Stéphane Le Foll oppose it.
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“There are compromises, we point to common struggles rather than differences, Stéphane Troussel defends. Tomorrow, in this coalition, as broad as possible, we will have a voice to make heard and we have our place there with our history, our singularity, our markers, our social voluntarism.
“Do we want a PS that continues to be siphoned off, a PS that languishes in the glory of the past, or a PS that looks to the future? Since when is gathering is submission?”Stéphane Troussel, president of the department of Seine-Saint-Denis
Stéphane Troussel warned, “There is no plan B for those who consider that the Socialist Party must have a role at the national level. Either it is agreement, or it is to turn to the macronie.” This agreement “gives hope to activists” some of whom had left.