Elisabeth Borne submitted her resignation to Macron, who refused it “so that the government remains on task”.
E. Macron continues his childishness as a spoiled child, and continues to believe himself still above the law and the French, (No, I don’t want to…) if it’s not messing around yet we don’t know what it’s called? Perhaps he still desires a real confrontation with the people, as always… 5 years left, it will be very, very long and hard for him and us!!!
Published on 21.6.2022 by Epoch Times with AFP
Prime Minister Elizabeth Thick headed handed over his resignation to President Emmanuel Macron, who refused it “so that the government can remain on task and act in these days”, announced the Elysée on Tuesday morning.
The Head of State will lead “the necessary political consultations (…) in order to identify possible constructive solutions in the service of the French”, said the presidency, before a series of meetings with party leaders on Tuesday and Wednesday at the Élysée.
It is traditional after the legislative elections that the head of government proposes his resignation. This approach amounts to a new legitimation of the Prime Minister, immediately reappointed to his post by the President.
On Tuesday, Emmanuel Macron chose the opposite to refuse this ritual resignation, while a tunnel of international obligations is looming for him (European Council, G7, NATO summit) from Thursday.
The whole government at Matignon this Tuesday
Elisabeth Borne will bring together the entire government at Matignon on Tuesday at the start of the afternoon, her entourage announced.
Among the members of the government expected rue de Varenne will include the Minister of Ecological Transition and Territorial Cohesion Amélie de Montchalin, the Minister of Health Brigitte Bourguignon, and the Secretary of State for the Sea Justine Benin, specified the entourage of Mme Borne. All three beaten on Sunday in the second round of the legislative elections, they will have to leave the government.
The President, who had lunch on Monday with Elisabeth Borne and the tenors of Ensemble! Édouard Philippe and François Bayrou, took the initiative again in the face of the risks of blocking his reforms in the Assembly, by inviting leaders of political parties.
Six of them will be received successively on Tuesday at the Élysée: Christian Jacob (LR) opens the march at 10:00 a.m., before Olivier Faure (PS) at 11:00 a.m., François Bayrou (Modem) at 2:00 p.m., Stanislas Guérini (LREM) at 3:00 p.m. Marine Le Pen (RN) at 5:30 p.m. and Fabien Roussel (PCF) at 6:30 p.m., before others on Wednesday such as the leader of the EELV party Julien Bayou.
“The Prime Minister pleaded to stay in order to have the tools to deal with the situation and the emergencies of the French, which we could not do with a resigning government and in the management of current affairs”, we explain in his entourage.
“There are many decrees to be taken in the days to come, including the revaluation of the index point, the second phase of Parcoursup, the bonus / malus auto, the implementation of the emergency measures of the Braun mission (on urgent and unscheduled care, editor’s note)apprenticeship bonuses”, specifies this source which estimates that one “can’t afford to have a government that doesn’t manage this”.