Parties like to say that the campaign counts until the last minute. Pollsters say that many voters decide their vote in the last week. It is not that these two things are false, but we must be clear that a campaign is not like a football match. Nor are there usually baskets in the last second. In the last two days, all the fish is already sold. It is about insisting on what has already been said. If possible, with a little more energy. It is not even convenient to come up with new ideas. If they are good, there will be no time for them to fall among the people. If they are a mistake, the others will be quick to ridicule you. If you are close to defeat, put a smile on your face. Risks, the minimum.