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For Stéphane Le Foll, " the historic socialism is not on the line of Jean-Luc Mélenchon "

The former socialist minister considers that Benoît Hamon "made a strategic mistake" by initiating a reconciliation with the leader of France Insubordinate.

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For Stéphane Le Foll,
The former minister Stéphane Le Foll (PS) said Sunday, September 17, that " historic socialism is not on line of Jean-Luc Mélenchon ", holding that Benoît Hamon "made a strategic mistake" by initiating a reconciliation with leader of France Insubordinate.

" Benoît Hamon made a strategic error. He has already made to presidential election, he again now. If he goes to Jean-Luc Mélenchon, what it does, well you go on line of Jean-Luc Mélenchon, " said Stéphane Le Foll at micro-political Issues France Inter/franceinfo/The World. "I'm not, and socialism history and jauressien is not on line of Jean-Luc Mélenchon, never ".

" today, re are people who, because Mitterrand was union of left think that it is union that is strategic challenge, no ", he denounced. "The union will occur only if re is a large social democratic party able to gar and to assume responsibilities of government ", he continued, denying that Jean-Luc Mélenchon, ability to embody this role.

" The hope, ultimately, of left is that left comes to government, Jean-Luc Mélenchon will not be able to get re, " declared member of parliament for Sar.

" You can't be in two movements at same time "

Benoît Hamon, who left PS to create "Movement of 1 July" (M1717), participated in event against orders on Code of work organised by CGT on 12th of September, and also participate in one organized by France insubordinate on September 23.

" In social-democracy, re is democracy and I am not in favour of a democracy that is done in street ", for its part, said Mr. Le Foll, whereas PS has decided to support mobilizations against law to work without call to protest.

" It is not in street, it does not mean to say that we are against, " said Mr Le Foll. "It was four months ago to responsibilities and it would fail now in streets to change things ? But finally, it must still have a little bit of a sense of history, a little bit of a sense of responsibility ".

Stéphane Le Foll has also considered that re was a " clarification ", for socialists that support Benoît Hamon. "You can't be in two movements at once. So those who want to go with Benoît Hamon will with Benoît Hamon ".

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