Who you gonna call when France gets ungovernable?


ER Editor: We’re posting a portion of this Politico.eu story on the current situation in France. As bad as Politico can be, this seems to be useful analysis ahead of the June 30 first election round.

We had previously reported that the French left suddenly got itself unified in a heartbeat. Now it seems they’re not, and Jean-Luc Melenchon may be responsible for this. Is this his appointed role?

If we follow the logic of this situation, barring a rabbit being pulled out of the hat, France may be in for some turbulent months following the 2nd round of elections on July 7 (UK does it all on July 4) which will likely produce a minority government.


Who you gonna call when France gets ungovernable?


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