How many of the Les Républicains group will sign one of the two motions of censure tabled by the Liot and Rassemblement national groups?
This is the big question, a few hours before the vote which will take place this afternoon, in the National Assembly.
The LR deputy, Maxime Minot, has already announced his choice.
It was a long reflection
," said the elected official of Oise on France 2 on Monday.
I spent the weekend weighing the pros and cons.
This Sunday in the field confirmed me in my choice which was to worry about the confidence of the citizens and the inhabitants of my territory.
Thus, he continued, "
I will not vote on the motion but on the motions presented this afternoon
“that of the
RN because my only compass is the general interest”
Voting the text of the RN does it act a rapprochement with the RN?
It should not be interpreted like that at all
,” retorts the deputy.
"I also join the motion of the Liot group which is co-signed by the far left."
The parliamentarian believes that "
we must stop playing political politics, stop looking at where the proposals come from
The hour is serious
”, advances Maxime Minot, conceding a choice “
which is not trivial
” and which “
will leave consequences
” within the right-wing party.
"We decided to oppose this pension reform to the end."
According to the right-wing elected official, they would be "
a good ten, even fifteen
" among the LR group to "
support these motions
And to conclude:
“I am not sure that everyone will go to the vote on the two motions.
I will do so for the sake of consistency.”