No more noise. This Friday, June 2, when announcing, from the Gard, the system in place to fight against the fires which promise to ravage the forests this summer, Emmanuel Macron did not face either concert of pans or whistle. The insults and the untimely familiarity of a crowd angry at the pension reform, which punctuated his last trips, fade. In the midst of hundred days “appeat” that the Head of State gave himself on April 17 For “rebuild and regain the momentum of our nation”, the Elysée breathes. A little.
THE first implementing decrees for the pension reform have been published on the night of June 3 to 4 at Official newspaper without reawakening past grudges. And the rating of the sovereign debt of France has, finally, not been downgraded Friday by the rating agency Standards & Poor’s. “The commitment is kept”points out an adviser to the Head of State, even if the calm often precedes the storm.
Tuesday, June 6, a new day of mobilization orchestrated by the intersyndicale, two days before the examination in the National embly of the bill of the group Freedoms, independents, overseas and territories (LIOT), planning to repeal the pension reform, intends to rekindle anger.
” Theater “wants to believe Sylvain Maillard, the vice-president of the Renaissance group at the Palais-Bourbon. The presidential camp thinks it has circumscribed the dangeron May 31, by deleting in the Social Affairs Committee, with the support of some of the deputies of the Les Républicains (LR) group, the flagship article of the text aimed at questioning the shift in the retirement age from 62 to 64 years old. “Pension, nobody talks about it anymore. That does not mean that people are happy with this reform, buts we’ve moved on.” supports Sylvain Maillard.
By dint of surveying the country from North to South, taking over the files deemed to be priorities, the Head of State has managed to “empty the bowl”observes the sociologist Jean Viard, even if there remains a “great violence” within the country. In the presidential camp, it is estimated that the changeover took place during the economic announcements, in mid-May, with the installation of a giant electric battery factory in Dunkirk (North) and the Choose France summit attesting to the attractiveness of the country. Something to thwart the declineist anxieties of a part of the French and return to the source of macronism.
“The wounds are not yet healed”
Emmanuel Macron has halted his fall in popularity and reunited his electoral base. But, “nothing fancy”relativizes Jérôme Fourquet, director of the Opinion department of the IFOP polling institute. “The wounds are not yet healed”believes the analyst who points to the structural difficulty of the Head of State: the absence of a majority in the National embly. “His plan is to regain control when he is not the one holding the handlebars. He is at the mercy of his opponents.he points.
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