Gérald Darmanin reaffirmed his desire to "find compromises with everyone", this Tuesday morning at the microphone of Franceinfo. While the arrival of the immigration bill in parliament has been repeatedly postponed for lack of consensus, the Minister of the Interior still hopes for a late rallying of the right to avoid box 49.3. "We will adopt this text, I have no doubt," he said, convinced that "discussion, exchange and respect make it possible to find (...) the results of political compromise'.
While Les Républicains (LR) remain firmly opposed to the regularization of undocumented workers in sectors in tension, provided for in Article 3, Gérald Darmanin warns them not to "be confused with the National Rally". And to sink: "I think that the LR will want not to sing the positions of the RN".
The tenant of Beauvau has also used the expected support of centrists in the Senate, where the text must first be debated in early November, to say "certain that their friends of the right and the center in the National Assembly will follow them". As confident as he may seem, the Minister of the Interior would nevertheless be tempted to go back on Article 3, to leave it to the prefects to regularize. An alternative that does not seduce Olivier Marleix, leader of the LR deputies, who sees it as a "provocation". It still holds out the prospect of tabling a motion of censure.