The political fallout from the use of 49.3 Thursday by the government on pension reform is endless.
When the executive tries to defend itself year after year, the oppositions have a field day and bang on the constitutional decision of Emmanuel Macron and Elisabeth Borne.
Once the criticisms have passed, the Nupes, the RN and certain LR deputies have since placed an objective in their sights: to bring down the government via a motion of censure.
Two texts were also submitted this Friday: that of the Liot group and that of the RN.
If the president of the Republicans has already stipulated that his parliamentary troops would not join any of them, some right-wing deputies are still considering voting for it.
A novelty in this legislature... but which will not be strong
for the Borne team to be overthrown next week.
This is why the National Rally is stepping up the pressure.
Guest of the program “Touche pas à mon poste” on C8 on Friday evening, Jordan Bardella, who does not sit at the Palais Bourbon, made an offer to LR deputies reluctant to vote.
In the event of the dissolution of the National Assembly, the National Rally will not present a candidate in the constituencies where the LR deputies would vote with us for the motion of censure
”, announces the MEP.
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An outstretched hand that owes nothing to chance.
During his many cenacles with the caciques of the majority, Emmanuel Macron regularly brandishes the threat of dissolution in the event of a favorable vote on a motion of censure.
The latter only having a chance of succeeding if a sufficient number of LR deputies vote for it.
I know there are a lot of people in the Republicans and on the right who are wavering today.
I want to tell these courageous deputies to have the courage, to resist pressure and to resist macronie
, ”continues Jordan Bardella.
Because the president of the National Gathering assures him:
“I don't buy votes, I say: 'Let's stop sectarianism'.
80% of French people do not want this reform.
Can we once put political labels aside?
Can we once put aside the interest of our parties, the interest of our shop?
In the aftermath of the observation made by Marine Le Pen that Elisabeth Borne had to leave Matignon, having failed to find a majority in the Assembly, her successor at the head of the nationalist party operates a strategy.
That of putting themselves above the political game: "
All the opposition movements must put forward the interest of the French, the interest of France, the