In the first meeting in a series of five working meetings with the parliamentarians of her majority, on Tuesday evening, Élisabeth Borne invited a salvo of Renaissance deputies to Matignon. The exchanges are due to last until December 14 with the aim for the Prime Minister to "discuss all subjects in a vacuum" so as not to "remain static" at the beginning of next year, according to her entourage. He added that "the Prime Minister will formalise a roadmap at the end" of the meeting.
Faced with a resurgence of critical judgments expressed by the majority, Élisabeth Borne is returning to the strategy she had already deployed in the spring. Consultations at a snail's pace and the elaboration of a six-month government agenda to better cling to Matignon and straddle criticism. This led a member of parliament close to his rival Gérald Darmanin to say that the latter "does not plan to speak" during the exchanges.
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