Parity, political balances, the Damien Abad case… Emmanuel Macron and Élisabeth Borne are putting the finishing touches to the puzzle of the new government, the imminent announcement of which must finally launch the second five-year term of the Head of State. The new president of the LREM group in the National Assembly Aurore Bergé stressed Sunday at midday “expect this reshuffle in the coming hours”.
Once formed, this “collective” will be “there to respond to the concerns of the French”, first and foremost that of purchasing power, and will be “definitively installed, because we are here to last”, she said. argues to the RTL-Le Figaro-LCI Grand Jury. Among the names of possible entrants regularly cited in recent hours, those of Frédéric Valletoux, mayor Horizons of Fontainebleau and president of the French Hospital Federation (FHF), Philippe Juvin, LR deputy for Hauts-de-Seine, Jean Rottner, president LR of the Grand-Est region, and Arnaud Robinet, Horizons mayor of Reims (Marne).
But also Catherine Vautrin, former Minister of Social Cohesion of Jacques Chirac for a time approached for Matignon the day after the presidential election, Jean-Marc Zulesi, LREM deputy, Fabienne Keller, Renaissance MEP, and the possible returns of Joël Giraud and Sarah El Haïry , Secretaries of State responsible respectively for Rural Affairs and Youth in the previous five-year term.
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