France | At the bottom of the wall, Macron is looking for a way out of the blockage he announced to the Assembly

(Paris) Emmanuel Macron wanted, on Tuesday, to regain the initiative, in consultation with party leaders, to find “constructive solutions” to prevent a political impasse in Parliament, which would raise a “national unity government”, according to the leader of the French Communist Party, Fabien Roussel.

Updated yesterday at 5:00 PM.

Jerome Rivett and Paul Oprett from the Political Department, AFP
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Added Mr. Rosell, the last of the leaders after being received Tuesday evening by the Head of State at the Elysee.

“Plan or form a national unity government, if there are parties to participate in it,” or “seek support on a case-by-case basis,” according to the previous specific “topics.” Communist presidential candidate who rejects the idea of ​​participation.

Previously, Emmanuel Macron’s allies called for a “grand alliance” like former Prime Minister Edouard Philippe (Horizons), or closer to a “national union”, like François Bayrou (Modem).

François Bayrou, after receiving him, considered, without believing in a government of national unity, “we can, despite our differences, even our differences, be responsible.” “There is a shared responsibility,” he said.

We will have to form a great alliance […] With people who don’t want to work together spontaneously, with people who are committed to different programmes, with people who criticize each other,” the president of Horizons, who will be received by the head of state on Wednesday, was judged by his ex-family, LR.

With her, “I see it possible to imagine a frank and direct discussion, a compromise that will assume some are backing out of a certain number of positions,” he insisted, adding that this “could also exist with […] Perhaps the socialist group, the environmentalists.”

Leader LR Christian Jacob, upon leaving the Elysee Palace, reiterated that the right-wing party refused to enter into “any deal logic” even if it was “never” in a “freezing of institutions”. A position which some elected members of the House of Representatives object to, and others such as Catherine Vautrin say “why not” to the idea of ​​a “grand coalition” proposed by Edward Philip.

PS leader Olivier Faure made it clear to Emmanuel Macron that the Socialists are “ready” to “move forward” if the government takes measures on purchasing power, in particular an increase in the minimum wage.

Marine Le Pen noted that the RPF claimed “chairmanship of the Finance Committee” and vice-president of the assembly, stressing that the far-right group intends to be “in opposition”, but “not in” systematic obstruction”.

“The fruit that falls from the tree”

Emmanuel Macron is due to receive Julien Bayou (EELV), Insoumis Adrien Quatennens and Mathilde Panot on Wednesday, who has been re-elected at the head of the LFI group.

Insomes leader Jean-Luc Melenchon has already said that there would be no doubt about the existence of a national federation. He attacked Prime Minister Elizabeth Bourne, urging her to submit to a vote of confidence by MPs.

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Elizabeth Burne

“This woman has no legitimacy,” Jean-Luc Melenchon said on Tuesday, urging him to submit to a vote of confidence by MPs. “We are wasting our time before you leave, waiting for the fruit to fall from the tree,” he added.

The Minister of Public Accounts, Gabriel Attal, criticized the “legitimacy lessons” of the former deputy “a woman prime minister elected by the French,” noting that the presidential majority “gained the largest number of votes and the largest number of seats in the National Assembly.”

Emmanuel Macron sent a signal of support to his prime minister, rejecting her resignation, “so that the government remains on mission,” according to the Elysee. Government spokeswoman Olivia Gregoire also announced that she would receive next week “the presidents of the newly elected groups in the National Assembly”, after a “working meeting” in Matignon with all ministers.

She stressed that the head of government, who has been in office for barely a month, “is working, preparing for the next few days with the government, for all the decrees that we must issue.”I Gregory.

Those around her explained that “the Prime Minister appealed to stay until she has the tools to deal with the French situation and emergency.” “There are many ordinances to be taken in the coming days, including a reassessment of the benchmark point, the second phase of Parcoursup… We cannot afford a government that does not manage this.”

« Nous sommes là pour gouverner, nous avons été élus par le peuple français pour gouverner, nous gouvernons sous l’autorité d’Élisabeth Borne et du président de la République », a martelé à sa sortie de Matomignon de Matignon’le le Mayor.

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