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The letter from Figaro of November 29, 2022


The government in the midst of turbulence, Macron's vague project on RERs in metropolitan areas and China which is rebelling against the "zero Covid" policy.

Dear readers,

The turbulence that the government is going through did not prevent Elisabeth Borne from planting the traditional six-month tree in Matignon.

In the gardens of the ministry, she planted a holm oak.

A gardening sequence which was probably not enough to make the one who drew her sixth 49-3 last Friday forget her worries.

Yesterday morning, it was Caroline Cayeux, Minister of Territorial Communities, who resigned.

A stir that adds to the disputes that she must manage between her ministers.

Get ready, dear subscribers, because “

At Saint-Saturnin, winter is for tomorrow


And have a great day!

Louise Darbon

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The Borne government in a turbulent zone

Elisabeth Borne went to the garden of the Hotel Matignon on Monday to plant a tree there after six months in office, as tradition dictates.

Francois BOUCHON/Francois Bouchon / Le Figaro

Elisabeth Borne is resistant: yesterday, she survived her sixth motion of censure.

Only 93 deputies voted for it.

Barely more than the fifth which failed on Friday.

Which does not mean that the Prime Minister is immune to worries.

On the contrary.

His troubles come from…

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Source: lefigaro

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