- Macron,” do not respect the rules of government is not to stay there “
Emmanuel Macron has “respect the rules of government” that are “solidarity, team spirit, defend the record, be full-time in his task “. This was the message of Francois Hollande in his economy minister, Thursday, July 14, on the occasion of the traditional interview the day of the National Day. The head of state added: “Breaking the rules is to remain in the government, do not respect them, it is not to stay there. “ ” Everyone is now advised “, is merely indicated about possible consequences.
Mr. Hollande was speaking for the first time since the first meeting of his movement with Emmanuel Macron Power Up! in which it criticized the rulers “broken promises”.
Manuel Valls, who had severely criticized the minister of economy before its meeting, accused him on Wednesday of “yield to the sirens of populism” by denouncing a “system alleged”
- Hairdressing. “I have reduced the Elysée budget “
After the revelations of Canard chained on the salary of her hairdresser (9895 euros gross), François Holland told “hear what it might represent” , recalling that he “lowers the Elysée budget” and his wages (- 30 %)
- Security. end the state of emergency will remain Vigipirate “maximum level”
“the terrorist threat is no less important” , said the head of state, recalling that there would be no further extension of the state of emergency -delà July 26, confirmed the head of state but Vigipirate will be maintained, while the strength of the Sentinel operation will be reduced from 10 000 to 7 000 soldiers.
- Save: “We have reduced unemployment by the end of the year”
the head of State maintained that the country “is better” , while calling for caution. “We remain fragile, notably because of external events. The Brexit, it does not depend of us yet it has consequences “, assured the head of state. He thus reiterated that tax cuts would be decided “if growth exceeds 1.7%” in 2017.
“I’ll leave a situation where there will be less deficit, where there will be less tax for households and businesses. I have allowed our country to be better off in 2017 than in 2012, “, has hammered the president.
François Hollande defended the text that was strongly contested in the street and some of the socialist majority. “Maybe there was a poor initial presentation of the law ‘, he conceded, while maintaining that ” thought this law was going to be good for the country “. The firmness displayed by the government, the head of state argued the “responsibility”. “Not to be unpopular, it is better to do nothing. This is not my idea of political action “, he said
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