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The Prime Minister, Gabriel Attal, on February 5 at the National Assembly.

It was an virtually mechanical ritual for Elisabeth Borne, however a primary for Gabriel Attal: the brand new prime minister confronted, Monday February 5, a movement of censure tabled by the left. Unsurprisingly, the textual content was not adopted: solely 124 deputies voted for it, removed from the 289 votes required for the adoption of the movement. The Republicans (LR) and the National Rally (RN) didn’t assist the textual content.

As it did towards Elisabeth Borne, the left criticizes the Prime Minister for not having requested a vote of confidence from the National Assembly after his normal coverage declaration on Tuesday. And she accuses Gabriel Attal of desirous to do “the war on the poor”with its bulletins on the elimination of the precise solidarity allowance, changed by the RSA, for the unemployed on the finish of their rights or the promise of rest of the SRU regulation on social housing.

In the hemicycle, Gabriel Attal denounced a “preventive motion of censure”on the initiative of the left which, in accordance with him, advocates “the permanent blockage” and desires to revive a “collectivist myth”. “Last week, a new record was broken”the one “speed of filing a motion of censure”estimated the Prime Minister who dedicated to “always keep [sa] open door » for negotiation, “always respect Parliament and the debate of ideas”

“Everyone knows you’re just obligated.” by Emmanuel Macron launched Manuel Bompard, coordinator of La France insoumise (LFI), earlier than the top of presidency spoke. Mr. Bompard assured to defend a movement for “protect the people from suffering”the rise in vitality costs, medical deductibles and even the “reduction of unemployment benefits”.

Amélie Oudéa-Castera on the middle of LFI criticism

Tuesday, within the Assembly, a number of audio system focused the youth of the brand new Prime Minister within the “beautiful neighborhoods”of the celebrated ” school [privée] Alsatian » at Sciences Po, up to the ministries and at Matignon, at only 34 years old. “You defend France from the Champs-Elysées roundabout”the boss of the socialist group Boris Vallaud had criticized him.

The head of LFI deputies Mathilde Panot had led the charge against Amélie Oudéa-Castéra, the minister of national education and sports, in turmoil since her comments about her children being educated in the private sector, in Stanislas, in the VIe district of Paris. It's a “symbol of your entire government”, “oligarchy, this way; upper middle class that way”.

On the far right, Marine Le Pen had suggested that her troops would not vote for the motion, announced by the left “even before the speech” by Gabriel Attal: “this discredits those who filed it”, she judges. The Republicans also planned to vote against the motion. “We are in opposition, we had no vocation to vote for confidence. But voting for censorship before the government has started would not seem very serious to us either”noted Sunday on Radio J Olivier Marleix, leader of LR deputies.

At least at this stage, because the right is raising its voice after the Constitutional Council's broad censorship of the immigration law and Gabriel Attal's announcement of a reform of state medical aid for foreigners through regulations, rather than by a text before Parliament.

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The World with AFP