The Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron was “goofy” by evoking a reform of unemployment insurance in his interview in Sunday Journal , which has overshadowed its proposals for a revival of economy, estimated the number one PS, Jean-Christophe Cambadelis.
“I would not say that he committed a political blunder, but his point was awkward because it led to what we are talking about it, not from the heart of his subject (…), which is the economic recovery, “said the socialist leader told reporters. Jean-Christophe Cambadélis was speaking after the Socialist Party national council, the “parliament” of the party.
“This is damaging, not just for the PS holding (yet) its national council. This is damaging to what was said in the interview. Because it passed the second Plan Proposals (Emmanuel Macron) which are proposed to boost our growth, “he said.
Fetch growth in Europe
“That was interesting, that’s the right topic. Again, you have to go there, we have concrete and there, Mr. Macron is in his role proposals,” he insisted . “We believe that this is not it (a reform of unemployment insurance) that lowers unemployment, but growth. And growth, we must go and look at Europe today,” he developed.
“We believe that we can not consider things from the moment where there is growth. And this is not concentrating (remarks) on workers, the unemployed , which creates growth, “he developed. “We think (PS) that we are in a phase of deflation, a situation of low growth, low inflation and falling prices. And it is necessary (…) that the whole of Europe reformats its economic policy to deal with, “he has said.
“The first totems (which holds the PS) is that when the president speaks, ministers do not come back contradict the President of the Republic,” a-t he said, repeating a phrase he had used earlier in the day.
“I do not think there is a role playing game. I think the President and the Prime Minister are on the same wavelength on this issue “of unemployment insurance, finally assured Jean-Christophe Cambadelis, when asked about such a possibility.