The executive shook yesterday afternoon.
On Monday March 20, only nine votes were missing from the cross-partisan censure motion presented by the Liot group to overthrow the government and censure the pension reform.
A tight result that government spokesperson Olivier Véran nevertheless wanted to qualify at the microphone of RTL this Tuesday morning.
Out of a hundred and 49.3, it happened that the difference in votes at the time of a motion of censure was smaller than that which we saw yesterday, affirmed Olivier Véran, Michel Rocard, when he created the CSG, the wins by only five votes, (...) Pierre Bérégovoy there is a difference of three votes
As if escaping censorship by nine votes was nothing exceptional.
LIVE - Pension reform: Emmanuel Macron on TF1 and France 2 Wednesday at 1 p.m.
Is it true that other motions of no confidence have failed to overthrow the government by less than nine votes?
Can we consider that the victory won yesterday by Élisabeth Borne against the opposition in the Assembly has nothing really exceptional about it?
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