Jean-Luc melenchon: “I don’t intend to transfer”

Jean-Luc melenchon: “I don’t intend to transfer”

Jean-Luc melenchon, leader and founder of the unsouthed france, in his country office, in the 10th arrondissement of Paris, on May 07, 2021. ed alcock / M.Y.O.P. / for the “world”Jean-Luc melenchon has a busy schedule. On May 12, the leader of the unsuspected france (lfi) publishes a book, deputies of the human people (robert laffont, 144 pages, 10 euros), which details the “unsubstantiated” vision of the “new humanism” that must be political ecology.

On 16, the presidential candidate will hold a first open-air meeting in Aubin, in Aveyron. In an interview in the world, he returns to the crisis that the French left is going through. Eelv, a part of the socialists and some communists share your approach to ecology.

Then why so much difficulty working together, one year from the presidential? These devices, which are very largely collapsed, have remained petrified in the past. They have the label and many people think they represent the ecological concerns of our time.

But what does a political ecology mean that is transigating with multinationals, and that would ignore the need for the sovereignty of the people in all circumstances? Article reserved for our subscribers read also Jean-Luc Mélenchon: “The france can be the spearhead of a diplomacy of the human people”In your book, you highlight the concept of “human people” and its fundamental connection to nature. For you, is ecology a new humanism?

You have to find the parade and it is either the “all together” or the “everyone for yourself”. I propose a new humanism that affirms harmony between human beings and nature. For me, there is no alternative to the radicality of the ecological fork.

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