Manuel Valls, the hair to scratch

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Emmanuel Macron, who still thought he was crossing the desert, now watches him as milk on the fire. A sign does not deceive: if he has not cut his beard yet, the former Prime Minister has returned the smile. Manuel Valls has indeed escaped the political isolation in which he was locked since the election of Emmanuel Macron, reaching in just ten days to end the complicated episode of his legislative election won with only 139 votes in advance - still contested. He now occupies a special place, neglected since the presidential election.

 

By denouncing the link between radical Islam and insubordinate France, Manuel Valls returns to the political game to the surprise of the executive.

Emmanuel Macron, who still thought he was crossing the desert, now watches him as milk on the fire. A sign does not deceive: if he has not cut his beard yet, the former Prime Minister has returned the smile. Manuel Valls has indeed escaped the political isolation in which he was locked since the election of Emmanuel Macron, reaching in just ten days to end the complicated episode of his legislative election won with only 139 votes in advance - still contested. He now occupies a special place, neglected since the presidential election. A niche that Emmanuel Macron had left vacant and that the right, too concerned about the election to the presidency of the Republicans, struggles to embody: that of the bulwark against Islamism that takes hold in France.

Everything started from another umpteenth with Jean-Luc Mélenchon. On 1 October, France's parliamentarian Danièle Obono disputed on the BFM TV set the link between a RATP bus driver refusing to drive behind a woman and religious radicalism: "It means he has a prejudice against women. [...] What does this have to do with the issue of radicalism? "she wonders. The blood of Manuel Valls is only one trick, on October 3, on RTL: "I think in their speech [that of FI members]in their practices concerning radical Islam, there is complacency, there is ambiguity in any event. I think it's an Islamo-leftist speech. "

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On the same day, the insubordinate leader of France refuses to sit next to the former prime minister: "I do not sit next to this Nazi"he would have launched in Valls. The tone goes up, Melenchon denies having used the word "Nazi" but adds: "From now on, the band in Valls is totally integrated with the fachosphere and its propaganda. "

A few days pass, the pressure does not go down and Manuel Valls is named president of the parliamentary mission on the future of New Caledonia. "Me, I vote against", reacts immediately Mélenchon, according to the chained Duck. Three days later, in a pithy statement, he slams the door of the commission: "Mr. Valls is an extremely cleaving character, who is strongly rejected because of his proximity to the extreme right-wing extremist theses. " Alain Bauer, the former grand master of the Grand Orient of France, who knows the two men well - he is the godfather of a child of the former Prime Minister -, trying to calm the game, decrypts the case for Current values : "Beyond the insult that dirties its transmitter, it is above all the mark of the hypersensitivity of the only subject that transcends everything and that they are the only ones to apprehend: the place of the spiritual in a material space. Manuel with experience and Jean-Luc with impatience. "

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Basically, Manuel Valls knows, he just scored points. Jean-Luc Mélenchon - Emmanuel Macron has trouble knowing whether he will serve or harm him - ridiculed. The first realized too late: it allowed the former Prime Minister to get to the level he has always dreamed of occupying without succeeding since he left Matignon, that of a man listened and influential. A few days after the episode, Manuel Valls - of Catalan origin - did not hesitate to express himself firmly against the independence of Catalonia.

On the side of the Elysee, believing that there were only shots to be taken, Emmanuel Macron's relatives were satisfied with "Watch the balls pass", says one of them. They must now deal with a former prime minister not close to leaving a place he has had so much trouble to (re) conquer.

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One Response to "Manuel Valls, le poil à gratter"

  1. David Theodorides
    David Theodorides   23 November 2017 at 13 h 13 min

    All the better, I prefer Manu to Manu

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