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“It is not too late to postpone the referendum”, claims Jean-Luc Mélenchon

“By refusing to hear the request for postponement of the referendum” formulated by the separatists, Emmanuel Macron takes the risk of “recreating the conditions of the currently appeased conflict”, warns the LFI presidential candidate.






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Jean-Luc Mélenchon calls for a delay. France’s rebellious presidential candidate “adjure” the executive to postpone the third referendum on the independence of New Caledonia planned for Sunday and shunned by the separatists who asked for a postponement due to the health situation. “It is not too late to postpone the referendum”, said MP LFI in a press release, aired Monday, December 6.

“By refusing to hear the request for postponement of the referendum, Emmanuel Macron takes the risk of breaking this balance. I therefore adjure him: he must put this postponement on the agenda of the Council of Ministers of Wednesday, December 8”, put forward the rebellious. Otherwise, Jean-Luc Mélenchon warns the Head of State that he would take “the responsibility to recreate the conditions of the conflict which is currently appeased”.

Video: New Caledonia: the separatists will not participate in the third referendum (France 24)

New Caledonia: the separatists will not participate in the third referendum

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“The endangerment of peace cannot serve as an electoral strategy for a candidacy of the party of order that Emmanuel Macron would like to embody”, said the leader of rebellious France. This last ballot of the independence process of the Nouméa Accord (1998) is shunned by the separatists. They were asking for it to be postponed due to the Covid-19 epidemic which “prevents a fair campaign from being conducted”, according to them.

However, the epidemic has been in decline for several weeks, even if the circulation of the virus remains active, which has prompted the government to maintain the ballot. Faced with this decision, the separatists warned that they would not recognize the result and would contest it before the United Nations.

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