The president and Emmanuel Macron – national Tribute paid to the thirteen military who died for France in overseas operations, in the courtyard of the Hotel national des Invalides in Paris, on 2 December 2019.
By Sarah Rozenbaum
While the management of the crisis due to the coronavirus by the government is criticized, rumors have settled on a possible departure of the Prime minister, Edouard Philippe.
Emmanuel Macron held to be firm in his words to defuse the rumor which begins to run. Wednesday, may 6, at a dinner with the leaders of the majority, the president has addressed the issue of possible tensions between him and the Prime minister. He said : “I don’t like this little music indecent“, calling it a noise made by running those that describe a relationship both personal and work deteriorated between the two men at the head of the country.
This is The view the reports. Taking to tell the entire truth, Emmanuel Macron has not hidden some of the “differences” with Edouard Philippe, who did not, however, prevent learning “to work” with him. An intervention is strong, and necessary, after the disagreement between the two men on the postponement of the vote on the plan of déconfinement that has to swell the rumor. This report called for by the opposition members took the membership of the president while the Prime minister was against it.
In a move that could cost dear
And this rigidity already proven in the management of the crisis in yellow Vests could prejudice Edouard Philippe. If it is for the time being in any way protected by the health crisis, as ubiquitous and therefore irremplacable, once the crisis is over, Emmanuel Macron may have the urge to symbolise the much-needed change after such a crisis the end of the quinquennium by a strong gesture, that of replacing Edouard Philippe.
A part of the decision relies in the hands of the Prime minister might want to put a little indentation at the end of this crisis the management of which left her no rest or respite. To see if this gesture of dismissing the Prime minister would not be lost to the executive a little more confidence on the part of the French already very unhappy with the management of the epidemic, in contrast to their european neighbours.
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