Jean-Luc Mélenchon and François Ruffin stand out on the left. Do you think a duel between the two is possible?
Remy Lefebvre. Yes, I even think it’s inevitable. François Ruffin very clearly positioned himself and became an organizer. He is a reclusive political businessman, but has more potential to attract Nupes partners than Jean-Luc Mélenchon. He plays a bigger card than lone rebels. Jean-Luc Mélenchon, even if he is weak today, has a lot of support and control from the party apparatus. But the LFI is a personal party that does not have the tools to organize this kind of ambition. There is no platform, so conflict between these two characters seems inevitable to me.
Are there real differences between them?
In terms of ideas, they are very close. The big difference between them seems to me to be more strategic
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