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Pensions: Emmanuel Macron reiterates his "trust" in Élisabeth Borne and calls on her to "expand the majority"


The president hailed the "responsibility" of his prime minister and invited him to build a "government program".

Emmanuel Macron, during his television interview on TF1 and France 2 this Wednesday at 1:00 p.m., reiterated his “trust” in Élisabeth Borne.

The Prime Minister has engaged the responsibility of her government, via article 49-3 of the Constitution, to have the pension reform adopted.

The Head of State hailed his


and confirmed that Elisabeth Borne still has his confidence, after having demonstrated that she still has that of Parliament, for lack of an

"alternative majority".

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“She has my confidence to lead this government team, and to build a legislative program, a government program, to have fewer laws and clearer texts.

Not everything will go through the law, we must act in a very concrete way with the elected officials on the ground.

We must continue to expand this majority as much as possible.

The Head of State briefly returned to Édouard Philippe's proposal, in Le Figaro, to widen the majority on the right:

"I am obliged to note that we tried and that we did not succeed “

, Notes Emmanuel Macron.

Source: lefigaro

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