In a National Assembly without an absolute majority, passing laws obliges the presidential movement to consider compromises with the various opposition groups.
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- LCI this Sunday, Aurore Bergé, president of the Renaissance group (ex-LREM) in the National Assembly, calls for the establishment of a sustainable "
", emphasizing firmly that the majority (albeit relative) "
is strong and has every intention of staying
While admitting that this configuration in the Assembly “
will force us to work differently
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For Aurore Bergé, this is a "
moment of responsibility
", not only for the presidential majority, but also for the opposition groups, to whom she asks if they are "
ready to go a long way with us
The government reshuffle is also expected “
in the next few hours
”, explains the deputy for Yvelines.
Those who will enter government tomorrow must be able to share the roadmap that has been chosen by the French
those who share a political project
” with the president will therefore be designated by Elisabeth Borne, assures the elected official.
Negotiate only with the “
The compromise can not be that everyone goes forward saying it's our project and nothing else
," said the MP, however.
She deplores the fact that there are today "
very fixed oppositions on what they carried during their own campaigns, forgetting once again that they did not win the presidential election
This new distribution of political forces within the lower house would also mean that "
the French did not need proportional representation to achieve
it", wants to believe Aurore Bergé.
Recognizing that we will have to “
succeed in counting up to 289
” (i.e. an absolute majority in the Assembly), the elected official says she is ready to compromise with certain political opposition groups, while being “
very clear on what we are ready to do
”, namely to negotiate only “
with the Republican arc
For the MP, it is “
those who share common values with us, whether they are on the left or on the right
It therefore poses "
", believing that "
these compromises will never be compromises with the far right and the far left
Returning to the distribution of positions at the Palais Bourbon, denounced by the left as a pact between the majority, the right and the RN to block the Nupes, Aurore Bergé judges that "
we do not fight the RN by considering that it there would be millions of French people who should not be represented in the National Assembly
", and that "
the political fight is not a street fight and it is not an institutional fight
The fact that the RN has two vice-presidencies out of six should, according to her, “
force them to say clearly who they are
The deputy certifies that she will not “
” at their table.
But to pass the laws, she may have to count on their votes,
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