11:02Only a little over a third of French people say they are “satisfied” with the action of Emmanuel MacronEmmanuel Macron and his Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne are struggling more and more to satisfy the French, according to the latest Ifop barometer for the JDD , survey carried out from June 16 to 23. 38% of respondents say they are satisfied with the action of Emmanuel Macron as President of the Republic, i.e. three points less than during the last barometer. On the contrary, 61% of French people believe that it does not meet their expectations.>> Our full article can be read here.11:01Gilles Le Gendre says he is “completely in favor” of a vote of confidence in the AssemblyLe majority deputy Gilles Le Gendre, guest on Franceinfo this Sunday morning, says he is “completely in favor” of a vote of confidence being organized in the National Assembly. “We have the staff that can give confidence to the Prime Minister”, he believes, assuring not to fear failure. “By dint of saying that we are a relative majority, we would end up forgetting that we are a majority”, he justifies. For her part, Elisabeth Borne has not yet indicated whether she intends to submit the government to a vote of confidence. 10:21 RN not a “party of government”: Louis Aliot believes that it is not Macron “who awards the patents of government “Louis Aliot, RN mayor of Perpignan, in the Pyrénées-Orientales deplored this Sunday on BFMTV that the head of state considers the RN not to be a “party of government”. “It is not he who awards the patents of government”, he estimated, adding that in any case his party does not “count (did) not enter the government of Mr. Macron”. “The truth is that Macron does not have a majority, he must seek a majority or take into account the various oppositions”, he declared. 10:13 “Our role is not to discuss with the President of the Republic, it is to legislate “: LFI deplores Macron’s remarks on “government parties”David Guiraud, LFI deputy for the 8th district of the North, deplores on BFMTV this Sunday nche who had estimated that LFI is “not a government party”. “I do not see how Macron has a more solid government party than LFI”, he denounces. “It is not it is up to him to say which is a government party and which is not,” he laments. “Our role is not to discuss with the President of the Republic, it is to legislate,” he believes. 9:51 “For Macron, a party of government is a party that has already governed “: the Insoumis deplore the words of the Head of State on LFILe Emmanuel Macron’s words arouse indignation among the Insoumis. For Macron, “a party that does not want to ‘govern’ with him is not ‘a party of government'”, deplores elected LFI Alexis Corbière on Twitter, after the head of state declared that he did not consider LFI as a “government party”, just like the RN. “For Macron, a government party is a party that has already governed”, sighs LFI MP Clémentine Autain on Twitter. “It’s not (Macron) who excludes us, it is we who, rebellious France and moreover all the parties of Nupes together, do not wish to govern the country on the program of Mr. Macron”, for his part judged the deputy LFI Eric Coquerel.9:03Mathilde Panot believes that “it is not up to Emmanuel Macron to renew his confidence in the Prime Minister”The president of the LFI group in the National Assembly condemned Saturday on France Info the announcement of the president of the Republic to maintain its “confidence” in the Prime Minister to “lead the government’s action over time”. “It’s not up to Emmanuel Macro n to renew his confidence in the Prime Minister”, she denounced, while the opposition called on Elisabeth Borne to submit to a vote of confidence with the deputies. Mathilde Panot also deplored the remarks of the head of the ‘State does not consider LFI, like the RN, as a “party of government” with which to form a new government. “The President of the Republic is trying to divide the New Popular Union”, she believes. 8:51 Macron ” will have to get out of the Jupiter method”: the president of the LR deputies refuses to serve as a “crutch” for the majority Olivier Marleix, new president of the Les Républicains group in the National Assembly, affirms his ambitions and warns the camp of Emmanuel Macron, who no longer has an absolute majority in the National Assembly, this Sunday in the JDD. “We want to be useful to the French, not serve as a crutch in power,” he says. Very critical of the majority, he assures: “the President of the Republic will dev to get out of the vertical, Jupiterian method, which the French no longer want”. “From now on, the power is in Parliament”, he hopes. “This unprecedented situation, with a National Assembly without a majority, is the fruit of his policy. (…) The President of the Republic has abused a strategy for fracturing the country”, he analyzes.8:35Danièle Obono calls on Elisabeth Borne to “ask for the confidence” of the deputies of the deputies, after the rout of the majority in the legislative elections. “The Prime Minister must deign to come and ask for confidence in the government, it is the least we can do,” she said. “The majority is obliged to hold account of the diversity of the political expressions of the Assembly as the French and the French wanted”, she underlined, recalling that the presidential camp lost its absolute majority in the legislative elections. 8:18 Emmanuel Macron “confirms” his confidence in Elisabeth Borne as Prime MinisterIn an interview granted to AFP, the President of the Republic Emmanuel Macron announced that he had “decided to confirm (his) confidence” in Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne on Saturday to “lead the government’s action over time”, at the end of a first round of consultations with the political forces led by the executive.” Seeing both the refusals and the availability” which were expressed during the first exchanges with the political forces, “I have decided today to confirm my confidence in Élisabeth Borne”, explained the Head of State.>> Our full article can be read here.8:13The Minister for Overseas France leaves the government to aim for the presidency of the National AssemblyYaël Braun-Pivet, who had been Minister of Overseas for a month, left the government, according to a decree published this Sunday in the Official Journal. are exercised by the Prime Minister”, stipulates this decree taken Saturday by Emm anuel Macron on the proposal of Élisabeth Borne. She should reach the perch, in the National Assembly, a first for a woman. 8:11 Hello everyone! Welcome to this live dedicated to the political news of this Sunday June 26, 2022.
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