AND of five Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne engaged this Monday evening, for the fifth time, the responsibility of her government during the debate on the 2023 budget of the Social security
Elisabeth Borne at the National Assembly this Monday 21 November. — Geoffroy Van der Hasselt
“We can’t perpetually replay debates that have already happened. been sliced.” Elisabeth Borne drew this Monday, for the fifth time, Article 49.3 of the Constitution before the National Assembly this Monday. The latter allows a text to be passed without a vote, except for the adoption of a motion of censure. After three hours of debate, it was a question of putting an end to the discussions on the draft budget 2023 of the Security. social, examined in new reading by the deputies.
“While the new reading (of the text) was due to begin in session, nearly 700 amendments were made. tabled, in addition to those adopted in committee,” the Prime Minister, deprived of a majority; absolute.
The planned schedule “threatened”
The relevant text provides for measures on prevention, medical deserts, or even savings for biology laboratories. Continue to debating “would threaten the timetable for considering the text. (…) However, we need this third part of the bill to finance our social model, to provide the means to our care system, to come to the aid of the most precarious, to give substance to our policy of autonomy,” said Elisabeth Borne.
The Prime Minister also indicated having “moved the bill forward” submitted to 49-3 to “improve,” majority of the right, to encourage employers to seize the RTT redemption mechanism. “It was not a majority amendment. We are keeping it because it will support the purchasing power of employees,” she defended.
LFI is preparing a new motion of censure
< p>The patron saint of deputies LFI Mathilde Panot announced in the wake of the filing of a new motion of censure. “This umpteenth forced passage is unacceptable,” she fumed, surrounded by members of her group. She clarified; that she was going to “discuss” with the other groups of Nupes as well as with the centrist group Liot, to see if they wish to bring their signatures to; this motion which should be effective Tuesday.
The RN group must decide whether to table its own motion Tuesday morning in an internal meeting, according to a parliamentary source.< /p>
Another use of 49.3 should also be necessary to then validate the expenditure part of this budget in a new reading.