The silence was no longer tenable.
It would even have been deafening, except to feed the wavering image sent back by power.
Three days after being slapped in the second round of the legislative elections, Emmanuel Macron addressed the French this Wednesday evening, during a solemn address delivered live at 8 p.m.
Without indulging in a mea culpa on the way the campaign was conducted – which makes even his camp gossip – the president came to say that he got the message.
That he took note of the “fractures” reflected in the ballot boxes.
The equation of the unprecedented political crisis that results is posed in the process: “No political force can make the laws alone.
But then, how to get out of the rut and avoid an institutional deadlock?
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