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A seller of dreams which would condemn the socialist party to an opposition role for years to come. Hamon enticing voters with the promise each and everyone a regular wage, whether they work or not be their billionaires or purpose. The cost estimated to be around 350 billion euros. An ambitious overhaul of taxes would be pursued to fund it.
The universal encomplinged along side promises to legalize cannabis, abandoned diesel fuel and cancelled debts between EU countries.>>
> Hamon's win expected to boost the campaign of popular independent centrist, Emmanuel Macron, Macron gaining a big group of middle ground voters to Amesh, and a better chance of beating his close rivals on the right and far right.
The socialists weak and divided after the deeply unpopular presidency of and given next to no chance of getting beyond the next round of the election in April. That's not deterring Hamon though, telling supporters the left is picking itself up, turning towards the future, and wanting to win.>> The battle lines now clearly drawn for spring's election.