There are words, there is reality.
Speaking, during an exchange with journalists reported by
, of the need
"not to rush things"
after the trying sequence of the challenge of the pension reform, would Elisabeth Borne have been against the refusal of any
in the reforms constantly recalled by Emmanuel Macron?
In unison, the Élysée and Matignon deny any difference in appreciation between the president and his prime minister.
The opposite would have been surprising.
While the Constitutional Council has not yet delivered its opinion and the social pressure has not yet completely subsided, the public display of differences at the top of the executive would be suicidal.
It's also a classic: recognized once the breakup has taken place, disagreements are fiercely denied before it occurs.
We saw it again in the story of the Macron/Philippe couple.
The word "convalescence" resonates like an admission that, like a patient, power is prevented from doing what it wants and is forced to slow down
Although recent, compared…
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