How Borne made Macron give in on the immigration law
In her new “roadmap”, Élisabeth Borne (here on July 14, 2022, alongside Gérald Darmanin and…
In her new “roadmap”, Élisabeth Borne (here on July 14, 2022, alongside Gérald Darmanin and Emmanuel Macron) intends to give priority to work, ecology, public services and justice. Eliot Blondet/ABACA
STORY – The Prime Minister announced a new postponement of the text on immigration, despite the voluntarism displayed by the Elysée.
It is past 10 a.m., this Wednesday, April 26, when Élisabeth Borne and Emmanuel Macron sit opposite each other at the Council of Ministers table. Everyone then discovers the content of there “roadmap » that the Prime Minister is preparing to detail to the press. For 72 hours, the document was the subject of multiple round trips between Matignon and the Élysée.
For the members of the executive gathered in rue du Faubourg-Saint-Honoré, the head of government therefore reserves the first of her announcements. Priority is given, she says, to work, ecology, public services and justice. But hearing him declare the postponementin autumnof the immigration law, several ministers are surprised.
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“Today, there is no majority to vote for such a text“, ends up indicating the Prime Minister, during her press conference held from the Elysée. The fault is on the right, she insists. The Republicans “have yet to find a common line between the Senate and the ***embly