Borne does not “ask questions” about his future at Matignon
Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne was the guest of LCI this Thursday, June 23. Asked that she would be “on borrowed time”, she replied: “I’m not asking myself these kinds of questions, I’m taking action”. Elisabeth Borne also said that she did not feel targeted by François Bayrou’s pike, who had called for “the Prime Minister or the Prime Minister to be political, that we do not have the feeling that it is the technique that rule the country”.
“I do not feel targeted by this criticism”, she assured, indicating that she had “had the opportunity to explain herself (Thursday) with François Bayrou”. “My objective is to provide the best answers to the French and my conviction is that it is done in dialogue and that’s what I have done throughout my professional life”, still hammered the Prime Minister.
Asked if she was going to engage her responsibility on July 5 during the Declaration of general policy, she said that she had “not decided this point” yet. Regarding the risk of blockage in the National Assembly where the macronie lost the absolute majority, she said she was “very confident that we can find deputies to vote on texts because we have integrated their proposals”.
“No one has a monopoly on good ideas”
“No one has a monopoly on good ideas, dialogue, listening can improve good projects. It must be a chance for France,” she added. Elisabeth Borne also explained that she felt “armored”, acknowledging “to avoid showing (her) emotions too much”. “Maybe I don’t know how to express my emotions, it must be true in my public life, let’s say it may be true in my personal life as well. I think, well, this shielding, maybe to be, goes a little far, yes,” she added.
Fatherless, pupil of the Nation, graduate of polytechnic before a brilliant professional career passed by the presidency of the RATP or the prefecture of the region of Poitou-Charentes, the head of government explained that she “would like more French share the fact that we are a country where it is possible”.