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Michel Sardou threatened, in an interview with Paris Match published on Thursday, June 2, to “pull out” of the country if Jean-Luc Mélenchon and Nupes were to win the legislative elections. In response, the boss of the Insoumis offered an “interview” to the singer, to “convince him to stay in France.”
Michel Sardou is not tender with the Nupes. At 75, the performer of The disease of lovewhich, however, admits to having “no more contact” with politicians, is very much against the new coalition of the left and more particularly its leader, Jean-Luc Mélenchon.
This Thursday, June 2, the singer threatened, in the columns of Paris Match, that he would leave France if the Insoumis came to win the legislative elections. “Mélenchon is still in excess. Now he’s declaring himself Prime Minister… Be careful, danger! If he passes, I’ll shoot myself. Or I’ll declare Normandy a duchy and put up barriers everywhere,” the artist says.
“Everyone knows it’s impossible”
Renowned for his outspokenness, Michel Sardou has rarely hidden his acquaintance with the right of the political chessboard, and regrets that there is no longer “enthusiasm, characters to match. Mitterrand had the charisma. Rocard gave hope, Chirac was friendly and had created an attachment “, analyzes the star. In any case, it is clear that Michel Sardou does not adhere to the program of La France Insoumise:” You listen to Mélenchon promise retirement at 60, smic at 2,000 euros ? Everyone knows it’s impossible. “
Very quickly, the already self-proclaimed Prime Minister responded to Michel Sardou, inviting him to an interview. “Mr. Michel Sardou, can you give me an interview? I want to convince you to stay in France when we have won. Many French people love you and the country needs your affection too,” Jean-Luc Mélenchon wrote on Twitter.