No line change. Elisabeth Borne once again pointed out this morning on France Inter that the government does not want to work with France insubordination (LFI) on certain texts of the National Assembly.
“There are parties with which we do not seek [des] commitment, the National Grouping because we do not share the same values and rebellious France because we have deep disagreements,” the prime minister said Thursday on France Inter.
The latter then pointed a finger at rogue elected officials who “want disorder.” One way of emphasizing that this is contrary to what the French want, that is, “concrete answers to the concrete problems they face.”
Élisabeth Borne also responded to Jean-Luc Mélenchon, who estimated last Friday that the “French political life is a countdown to the dissolution of the National Assembly” where the presidential troops do not have an absolute majority. She sees this statement as a “further illustration” of a party that wants “chaos” and also distinguishes it from “opposition groups that want compromises.”
However, during LFI’s “Summer Amphis” in Valence, three government representatives (Clément Beaune, Olivia Grégoire, Marlène Schiappa) agreed to debate with the rebels.
Source: BFM TV