Uncertainty, indifference and politics

Les candidats aux législatives de la majorité présidentielle, à Aubervilliers, le 10 mai.
Crédit photo : Albert Facelly / Libération

From the reassuring method of Renaissance to the hopeful union of Nupes, the parties are creating an image to revive their voters in the run-up to the legislative elections. Disconnected from any real political horizon, this strategy risks, on the contrary, encouraging abstention, warn two communication experts.

Read Geoffroy Daignes and Alexis Abeille’s article in Libération here (in French).

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