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Phillip Bas. François BOUCHON/Le Figaro The Quaestor LR of the Senate analyzed a certain confusion…
Phillip Bas. François BOUCHON/Le Figaro
The Quaestor LR of the Senate analyzed a certain confusion in Emmanuel Macron and his government.
Seen from the senate, the continuation of the quinquennium is very badly started. Phillip BasSenator LR from La Manche, takes a stern look at the withdrawal of the immigration bill and the way in which the Prime Minister places the responsibility for this postponement on the shoulders of the right.
“What remains of her program is first of all what she took away from it: the law on immigration”, accuses the quaestor of the Senate. Recalling that this text was “Nevertheless” ready and already rewritten by the law commission at the Luxembourg Palace, it castigates the pretext brandished by the head of government to justify this withdrawal. “The excuse put forward – there is no majority! – is a terrible admission of powerlessness, and even of resignation to this powerlessness, which seems very serious to me. With this reasoning, the government should also have withdrawn the pension reform last month, since it did not have a majority in the National ***embly either.“, says the parliamentarian.
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