Sunday morning, Alexis Corbière settles down near us while awaiting the speech of Jean-Luc Mélenchon. A patient crowd outside the Palais des Congrès in Valence (Drôme). The words of the leader of the rebellious are awaited. We ask the deputy for Seine-Saint-Denis: “We remain a pole of resistance and Jean-Luc will show the way for the deadlines to come.” Insubordinate France thinks presidential. The only election that matters to him; the only one capable of changing all the rules of the game. Image is important. The scene is set at the edge of a lake. Drones fly in the sky. Jean-Luc Mélenchon, white shirt, graying hair facing the wind, sets off. A long speech. It feels like (already) in a presidential campaign.
The deputy of Bouches-du-Rhône walks through the subjects. He dreams of «rupture» with capitalism and imagine a new world with big green. In recent days, in Valence or elsewhere, every time we meet someone close to Jean-Luc
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