Sunday’s presidential election results have altered France’s political landscape.
Since the end of WW2, the French has been politically polarized between the left and the right, the socialists and the Gaullistes, represented respectively by the Parti Socialiste and the Party Les Républicains.
Now that these two parties have collapsed, a new division has emerged:
This new division expresses the precariousness of France and its identity.
Watch as I analyse how France shifted from a right-left political axis to a debate on its own existence as a country.