“LR between lone riders and risk of skin of grief”

Aurelien Pradie. Amaury Cornu/Amaury Cornu / Hans Lucas via Re

COUNTERPOINT – In times of withdrawal, the temptation of absolute geneity can also be an admission of fragility.

Gaullism, said Malraux, is “the metro at rush hour”. Will LR one day be a near-empty train in which the remaining pengers won’t even want to sit next to each other? Faced with the malicious pleasure that Aurelien Pradie to make his difference heard, Bruno Retailleau or Gérard Larcher are beginning to brandish the need for a “clarification”, a euphemism for agitating the threat of exclusion. A few weeks ago, it was the boss of young LRs, Guilhem Carayon, whom the president of the Essonne departmental council, François Durovray, wanted to see removed from office because of a dialogue that was too complacent in his eyes in The Wrong with its Zemmourist and Lepenist counterparts.

The need to be noticed by standing out from an official position – the vote of a motion of censure for one, the refusal of a “sanitary cord” going as far as the prohibition to speak for the other – is a clic in politics. Pradié uses and abuses it, having understood…

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