The first quarter of the school year is only beginning, when a noticeable change shakes the government. The most popular of the class is no longer Bruno Le Maire. Recent opinion polls attest to this (BVA for RTL; Kantar for Le Figaro Magazine): Gabriel Attal has become the most popular member of the executive by the French. At 34 years old, the Minister of National Education signs this month a successful political return, as few of his colleagues can claim. The choice to mark his debut Rue de Grenelle with strong acts on the sovereign ground (prohibition of the abaya, fight against school bullying) gives him wings. Even if other appeals must be examined, the Council of State has already reinforced the Minister in his quest to preserve secularism in schools. To use a cherished term of the Macronists, Gabriel Attal "delivers". To put it another way: he puts his money where his mouth is. Which is no longer so common in this executive where...
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