Anna Mouglalis resumes her role in “Baron Noir” to call for the union of the left

This is called a nice wink. Anna Mouglalis, heroine of the series Black Baron broadcast on Canal + between 2016 and 2020, resumed her role as President to call for the union of the left. A reference that will make fans of the series smile.

Indeed, Amélie Dorendeu at the head of France, is forced to resign after a scandal. She then instructs Philippe Rickwaert (Kad Merad) to win the presidential election against the far right. What he will do in realizing the union of all left-wing candidates.

A situation that the actress would like to reproduce. In a video posted on Twitter, in a black background with her photo at the Élysée behind, she urges the candidates to unite: “My dear compatriots, the situation is serious!”.

“It is vital for our Republic to restore democracy and deliberation, where today everything rests on a man or a woman”, she explains, after mentioning the climatic and social emergencies. “Faced with the impotence of the various candidates from ecology and the left to come together behind a common candidacy, the popular Primary has decided to provide a civic response by refusing the announced defeat.”

“Alone we go faster, but together we go to the Élysée”

“It is no longer time to divide, but to come together to win. Alone we go faster, but together we go to the Élysée”, concludes Anna Mouglalis, calling on all citizens who wish to register on the Popular Primary website until Sunday January 23 at 11:59 p.m., the deadline for participate in the ballot.

In addition to this video, Anna Mouglalis, accompanied by 113 artists, such as Juliette Binoche or Martin Karmann have signed a forum in the Inrocks, calling for voting in the Popular Primary.

Since the announcement of its creation, the Popular Primary has won over left-wing voters, since it counts more than 300,000 subscribers, but not the candidates, because apart from Christine Taubira, no one accepts to submit to it.

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