Day 29 – 3 became 5 became 2 … and NOW it’s only going and becoming 4

The numbers game An utterly confused and confusing Presidential Election campaign. We began with Fillon-Le Pen-Macron, transmuted into Fillon-Le Pen-Macron-Hamon-Melenchon, followed by a long series of stone bonker certain Le Pen-Macron. Finally, we may well be going to have Le Pen-Macron-Fillon-Melenchon. Those four are consistently getting over 82% of voters’ intentions in polls. During the Vth Republic (58 years and 10 Presidential Elections) there have … Continue reading Day 29 – 3 became 5 became 2 … and NOW it’s only going and becoming 4

Day 100 – Socialist Party Primary

Tomorrow evening soon after 8pm (France always votes on a Sunday) we will know the name of probably the last ‘major’ candidate for the French Presidential Election, following the 2nd round of the Socialist Party Primary. For Presidential Elections – as well as the Primaries of Parties choosing their candidates this way – the top 2 candidates in the 1st round of voting go through to a run-off. … Continue reading Day 100 – Socialist Party Primary