Emmanuel Macron has asked Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne to present him with “proposals” for “a new government of action” at the end of next week, the head of state said in an interview with AFP this Saturday. June 25. In the “first days of July”, a new “government of action” will be appointed, Emmanuel Macron announced in an interview with AFP, this Saturday, June 25. The Head of State has asked Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne to present him with “proposals” at the end of next week. “On my return from the G7 and NATO summits (which will be held until Thursday, editor’s note), the Prime Minister will submit to me proposals for a roadmap for the government of France over the coming months and the next years, and also for the composition of a new government of action at the service of France which we will put in place in the first days of July”, he declared. This government may be joined by representatives of political forces ready to cooperate with the majority. Elisabeth Borne responsible for sounding out the political groups in the Assembly In this interview, Emmanuel Macron confirms his “trust” in Elisabeth Borne to “lead government action over time”, after a first round of consultations political forces led by the executive. The head of government is responsible for next week to sound out the political groups in the National Assembly on a “government agreement”, their very participation in a government, their position on the vote of confidence in Elisabeth Borne and also on the vote. of the State budget next autumn, added the President of the Republic.
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