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France, Borne attacks the left. Waiting for the no-confidence vote


The premier denounces 'anti-parliamentarism and violence'. At the end of the session we vote: only the deputies in favor of no confidence vote. Quota to reach is 287 (ANSA)

The decisive day has arrived in France, where this afternoon the Assemblée Nationale will vote on the two motions of "censure" on the government presented by Marine Le Pen's Rassemblement National and by Liot's independent centrists.

It is the latter that will collect the highest "transpartisan" votes, from the extreme right to the extreme left.

And the light remains focused on the Républicains who are still undecided and on the 15-20 votes remaining to bring down the government of Elisabeth Borne.

"Songs, shouts, invectives, banging on the benches: this is the spectacle to which certain deputies indulged last Thursday. It was not an isolated fact, but the paroxysm of entire weeks in which we saw anti-parliamentarianism in all its manifestations" :

with these words, while most of the opposition deputies abandoned their benches and left the hall in protest, Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne began her speech at the end of the session of the Assemblée Nationale

for the presentation of two motions of censure to the government.

"Speech after speech - continued Borne - I found that there really are no limits to duplicity. They are the same ones who have done everything to limit the debate who are now coming to reproach us for having limited the debate. These behaviors are serious".

The speech by Elisabeth Borne, who has convened the ministers for tonight, is the last one before the vote on the two motions of censure.

With the intervention of the French Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne, the session for the examination in the Assemblée Nationale of the two motions of no confidence in the government, the "transnpartisan" one by the independent centrist group Liot and that by Marine Le Pen's Rassemblement National, ended.

The president of the Assembly, Yael Braun-Pivet, invited the deputies to vote, making an appointment for the results within 30 minutes.

The quota of deputies needed to bring down the government is 287.

Source: ansa

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