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Motion of censure: Republican deputies in the viewfinder


Two texts, one filed by the Liot group and the other by the RN, aimed at overthrowing the government are being debated on Monday.

Can the government fall and can pension reform still be rejected?

Since the use of paragraph 3 of article 49 of the Constitution by Elisabeth Borne to have her bill adopted, the question has been on everyone's lips.

Among Emmanuel Macron's opponents, it is even haunting.

The oppositions wasted little time last Thursday: when the Prime Minister resorted to this tool, admittedly constitutional, contested by 49.3, they responded by filing two motions of censure.

The first by the National Rally, and the second, “transpartisan”, by the centrist deputy Charles de Courson, joined by elected officials from different political sides.

It is this last text that worries the presidential camp.

And for good reason: for the first time in the legislature, it should attract the votes of Les Républicains parliamentarians but also those of deputies from Nupes, the National Rally, the Liot group and non-registered people.

Read also Pensions: after 49.3, does the cross-partisan motion of censure have a chance of being adopted?

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Source: lefigaro

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