these environmentalists who do not want the union on the left

these environmentalists who do not want the union on the left
these environmentalists who do not want the union on the left

Candidates for the primary of the Greens, Delphine Batho like Jean-Marc Governatori want to reaffirm the place of political ecology.

They both want to propose “Another ecology”. Delphine Batho and Jean-Marc Governatori are the last two candidates to arrive in the primary of the “environmentalist pole”, which brings together EELV and its satellite parties. They thus join the EELV MEP Yannick Jadot, the EELV mayor of Grenoble, Éric Piolle, and the former party spokesperson Sandrine Rousseau for the election scheduled for September.

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These two new candidates wish to reaffirm the place of ecology in the political field and put an end to its traditional anchoring on the left. No question for them therefore to discuss with other forces with a view to a potential alliance – unlike the other three candidates, anxious to propose a candidacy of rallying on the left for the presidential election.

By formalizing Monday morning on BFMTV his candidacy, Delphine Batho thus ensures “to guarantee”, in case of victory, “That there will be an ecological ballot in the first round”. “I do not care to know the path of voters and

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