Eric Ciotti, Marine Le Pen, Marion Maréchal Le Pen... and Édouard Philippe. Looking for the intruder? By proposing in an interview with L'Express to "call into question the 1968 agreement with Algeria", the former prime minister added his name to the list of political figures who, on the right, propose to denounce this bilateral treaty granting legal privileges to Algerian nationals who wish to stay in France. He takes up the argument deployed by the former ambassador of France to Algeria Xavier Driencourt, author of a note for Fondapol in which he exposes the anachronism of this agreement, considering that henceforth "no coherent migration policy is possible without the denunciation of the Franco-Algerian agreement".
This proposal raises difficulties of two kinds: legal, on the one hand, but above all diplomatic. Algeria makes no secret of its commitment to the status quo defined by the 1968 agreement. This one...
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