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Government: the reshuffle will be announced “in the next few hours”, according to Bergé

2022-07-03T12:16:01.148Z

“We are not bringing in opponents”, explained Aurore Bergé on LCI, this Sunday morning, announcing that the reshuffle will be “in



Monday, Tuesday… or this Sunday?

A new government will be formed shortly, explained this Sunday morning, on LCI, the leader of the LREM deputies, Aurore Bergé.

So, at that time, “we will have an executive definitively installed”, continues the deputy of Yvelines.

"It will be announced by the secretary general of the Elysée" "in the next few hours", she said, when asked about the possibility of a reshuffle "tomorrow (Monday) morning".

“We do not bring in opponents.

We are bringing in people who share our political project and a desire to act and move forward in the interests of the French, ”also replied Aurore Bergé, about the strategy for this reshuffle.

The LR president of the Pays de la Loire region, Christelle Morançais, whose name was then blown by a journalist, "has the attitude of someone who wants to move forward", observes the LREM leader.

👉 When will this #reshuffle take place?



🗣️ @auroreberge


"What is important is that we have a team that is there to respond to the concerns of the French [...] It will be in the next few hours."



📺 #LeGrandJury on #LCI pic.twitter.com/ydp1bnoFXt

— LCI (@LCI) July 3, 2022

Becalmed for two weeks, after legislative elections which saw it lose its absolute majority in the Assembly, the executive must put the march forward, while keeping its promise to act quickly for the purchasing power of the French.

Élisabeth Borne left to "exchange" at the end of the afternoon on Friday with the President of the Republic on his appointments this week with the leaders of the political forces, from Aurore Bergé (Renaissance) on Monday to Mathilde Panot (LFI ) Thursday evening.

The difficult Abad case

The reshuffle should take place "in all coherence" before Elisabeth Borne's general policy statement before Parliament on Wednesday, according to spokesperson Olivia Grégoire.

The question of keeping Damien Abad in Solidarity also arises, while the Paris prosecutor's office has opened an investigation for attempted rape after a woman's complaint against him for facts that allegedly took place at a party in 2010 .

In addition to the composition of the government, the Prime Minister has not yet decided the question of a vote of confidence on her declaration of general policy, demanded by the opposition but risked without an absolute majority.

Source: leparis

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