Once is not custom, I will tell you this week about an event that did not take place.
The health situation has led Emmanuel Macron to postpone, sine die, a trip first scheduled for Tuesday 20 and then Tuesday 27 October to a Framatome site, in Le Creusot.
What would the Head of State have said if he had made this visit?
The only certainty: it would have been very symbolic.
A President of the Republic present on a site dedicated to nuclear energy, this is obviously not trivial.
The atomic sector expects one thing from Emmanuel Macron: a sign - failing a green light - in favor of a program to build new reactors to take over from the current fleet.
We know the terms of the debate.
Emmanuel Macron postponed, sine die, a trip first scheduled for Tuesday 20 and then Tuesday 27 October to a Framatome site in Le Creusot.
LUDOVIC MARIN / AFP
On the one hand, the energy transition law of 2015, supplemented by the multiannual energy programming (PPE) of 2018, provides for the reduction of the share of nuclear energy to 50% of electricity production at horizon 2035.
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