Elisabeth Borne returns to the National Assembly | EUROtoday
Despite diplomatic disagreements, Morocco stays a well-liked trip spot for French political figures in quest of solar and a change of surroundings. So Elisabeth Borne selected this vacation spot, at the start of January, to show the web page on Matignon. A short keep in Marrakech, then an extended hike between Essaouira and Agadir (175 km) with a number of associates allowed the previous prime minister to catch her breath, after eighteen months on the head of presidency. Staying in a small backpacker resort on the seashore of Sidi Kaouki, south of Essaouira, she nonetheless laughs on the nervousness of the Moroccan law enforcement officials assigned to her safety, extra accustomed to monitoring the environment of the dominion's palaces, the place the friends usually keep. French political leaders, because the previous hippie dens with out electrical energy.
Back in Paris, the previous tenant of Matignon in a short time plunged again into the political tub, reconnecting, earlier than her arrival on the National Assembly, scheduled for Tuesday February 13, with the All-Paris Macronist. Smiling and tanned, she was acquired by the boss of MoDem, François Bayrou, in his workplace as High Commissioner for Planning, had lunch with the Minister of the Interior, Gérald Darmanin – who introduced her flowers –, had a espresso with the previous President of the National Assembly Richard Ferrand, one other together with his former Minister of Transport Clément Beaune, noticed the President of Horizons, Edouard Philippe, who had pleaded for his retention at Matignon. She additionally had lunch with the President of the National Assembly, Yaël Braun-Pivet, on the Lassay resort. The two girls notably talked about the conferences of majority executives on the Elysée, the place they weren’t the one ones to be reprimanded by the Head of State, however the place they had been however the one representatives of the gender female. “There had been two of us. Now you'll be on their lonesome! »stated Elisabeth Borne, hilariously, to her host.
Elected deputy on June 19, 2022, when she had been prime minister for a month, the previous prefect, for whom that is her first time period, has by no means but sat. She doesn’t know the codes of parliamentary life and can take her place within the hemicycle with an unflattering picture, that of the Prime Minister who, relative majority obliges, triggered Article 49.3 of the Constitution (23 occasions, out of six completely different texts), which permits a textual content to be adopted and not using a vote, after Michel Rocard (28 occasions, between 1988 and 1991). A perspective which doesn’t make her utterly serene.
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