He wanted to be firm.
From Tirana in Albania where he is on the move, Emmanuel Macron wanted to speak on one of the major topics of the winter: the prospect of power cuts.
“The scenarios of fear are no”, decided the French president.
The Head of State had invited the French to our newspaper on Saturday not to “panic” in the face of the risk of cuts, even judging that they could be avoided if consumption were reduced by 10%.
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“The government, it is its duty, is working on scenarios to deal with any situation.
But if we make good efforts, each at our level, that we stick to the sobriety plan, combined with the work carried out with EDF, there is no reason to have a scenario that goes towards more days dark, he said.
We will survive the winter.
And if we buy gas, well grouped, in Europeans, I think we will be able to absorb inflation on gas prices in the first half of 2023. But that will not prevent several European economies from entering recession in 2023 . »
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