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Guillaume Tabard: “To appease or revive? Macron's dilemma


COUNTERPOINT - The Head of State wants to prove that he has lost none of his reform ambition. But, after the retreats, is it still possible?

The harder the future will be.

In a "classic" context, the rejection of a motion of no confidence would be synonymous with relief.

And the adoption, de facto, of the bill would lead to the extinction of his challenge.

But the context is not classic.

The climate remains uncertain, threatening, even dangerous.

Emmanuel Macron and his government are not done with the challenge.

The use of 49.3 set fire to the powder and LFI was quick to set in motion its networks capable of "messy" the street and anchor in public opinion the idea of ​​​​the illegitimacy of the parliamentary process.

The agitation in the street, in the universities and other sensitive places is certain.

Overflows are to be feared.

For the executive, it is too early to breathe.

Its priority is to guarantee order and civil peace.

Too early to breathe, and too early to act too.

The Head of State and the Prime Minister cannot move on as if nothing had happened.

First they have wounds to heal, including…

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Source: lefigaro

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