After setting three watchwords to her ministers at Matignon, Elisabeth Borne said that purchasing power, climate, and health are the three "emergencies” the government must address.
After a two-hour meeting at Matignon, the Prime Minister pleaded with the whole government that "the first weeks of our actions must be devoted towards responding to the French emergencies."
In a climate of high inflation, Elisabeth Borne took office in May. She has established three priorities. The first is purchasing power. These will be followed by legislative work (June 12-19).
Elisabeth Borne stated that hospitals are currently facing staff shortages and she had asked the ministers to make proposals to quickly take the necessary measures to ensure the summer.
The head of government stated that she wants to build an ecological site "at a rapid rate" and called on all ministries "to mobilize" and "participate".
"But these emergency project obviously do not exhaust government action", stated the Prime Minister who stated that "three watchwords" were speed, efficiency, and results.
Elisabeth Borne announced, in order to continue the discussion on these roadmaps: a government seminar will be held "before June end" around Emmanuel Macron. She also announced that she would host a Matignon ministers' meeting every month in the same format.