Too bad if Gérald Darmanin has nothing to do with a jeweler.
For the spring, he had a plan: to engage in
“a lot of political goldsmithing”.
After the pension reform, it was his very sensitive immigration law that was to occupy his days in Parliament.
Hours of debate in the Senate, where he planned to defend it from Tuesday March 28, with the Minister of Labor, Olivier Dussopt.
Tough negotiations then expected in June in the National Assembly, where he hoped to save his text in the face of hostility from the right, the left and the National Rally (RN).
But he is forced to review his program.
Already busy limiting the excesses of the demonstrations - again this Thursday, March 23 - the Minister of the Interior ended up bearing the brunt of the political crisis that the power has been going through, since the use of 49.3.
At the risk of weakening his business.
He, whom his friends imagine at Matignon, pushed to the end for a vote of the deputies on pensions, in vain.
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