Dans The Observer ce matin :
"The fourth most prominent candidate, the hard-left Jean-Luc Mélenchon, is occupying space surrendered by the Socialist party, whose campaign has been lamentable. That surrender has much to do with the abject failure of the Socialist presidency of François Hollande. But the increase in support for Mélenchon also reflects a deep yearning across the country for a different, better, more equitable way of running things. How he fares will be closely watched by the Labour party. His performance will be taken as a possible indication of Jeremy Corbyn’s fate in June. In France, as in Britain, the desire for change is palpable. How that desire is expressed says a lot about the sort of countries we have become."