Gabriel Attal was the guest on the show Face à BFM. He brushed aside all current affairs questions for more than two hours.

The Prime Minister, dynamic and offensive, has shown that he does not intend to sit idly by. With in mind...the European elections, which will be held on June 9. And this, a few hours after a major speech of firmness in Viry-Châtillon (Essonne) - a town mourning the death of Shemseddine, this 15-year-old teenager beaten up near his college. He, who had built his popularity on his determination in matters of authority and his quest for results, is judged in contrasting ways by the French. If 48% of those questioned have a good image of the host of Matignon, 69% judge his action negatively in several areas. Particularly on “immigration” (75%) and the priority of “purchasing power’ (78%). Youth violence, public deficit, European... The Prime Minister also announced that the Minister of Justice will issue a criminal circular so that, when you are attacked because you do not respect religious principles, an aggravating circumstance will be considered. Gabriel Attal returned to that of the boss of Stellantis, which could reach 36.5 million euros in 2023. He said he wanted to develop "a system" so that it costs less for bosses and employees to increase the salary, especially if you are close to the minimum wage. The PM spoke of shocking, disproportionate, stratospheric salaries which are shocking and disproportionate for many French people. He also spoke of a "system's” to more easily increase low salaries. He spoke of a "CREDIBLE AND SERIOUS TRAJECTORY," the Prime Minister said.