Ciotti castigates solutions “not up to the crisis” after Macron’s intervention

Intervention. Reaction(s). Éric Ciotti estimated that the solutions proposed by Emmanuel Macron during his televised appearance this Wednesday were “not up to the political and economic crisis that we are experiencing”. “The failure of the government is primarily that of the head of state who failed to convince the French of the need for such a reform” of pensions, adds the president of the Les Républicains (LR) party.

The MP for the Alpes-Maritimes also noted that the immigration bill was “buried when the situation has never been so serious”. “The only real announcement of this speech is that the fight against mass immigration is no longer a priority for the government” and “it’s a mistake,” he said. Emmanuel Macron indicated that this controversial text would be “cut” into “shorter texts” which will be examined “in the coming weeks” by parliament.

“His political impotence”

An announcement that the boss of senators LR Bruno Retailleau also regretted, while the Senate was to work on the text from the end of March. “By bypassing the parliament of which he is afraid because he is in the minority there, the President of the Republic admits his political impotence”, he estimated on Twitter.

The deputy of Lot Aurélien Pradié for his part estimated that the president “does not understand the immense fractures of the nation”. “His self-satisfaction is one more provocation” added the elected official, rebellious about pensions.

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