Borne government: "We take the same ones and start over" ... the opposition mocks a game of musical chairs

Barely named and already criticized.

Borne government: "We take the same ones and start over" ... the opposition mocks a game of musical chairs

Barely named and already criticized. As soon as the list of ministers of Elisabeth Borne was known, the opposition fired red balls at the new government. First angle of attack: the reappointment of many ministers from the Castex team.

Thus, on the side of the National Rally, Marine Le Pen judged that "all those who have failed badly are renewed", seeing it as a symbol of "incompetence" and "arrogance" of Emmanuel Macron. For Jean-Luc Mélenchon, we find "the main figures of social mistreatment and the ecological irresponsibility of the previous government". And to lash “the dull and gray appearances” and “without audacity” of the new team. The opportunity, also, to return to the legislative elections. L’Insoumis wants to make it a “referendum where we answer: stop or again”.

We find the main figures of social abuse and the ecological irresponsibility of the previous government. This will be the worst, ie continuity.

PS boss Olivier Faure pointed to the long wait that preceded the announcement of the new government team. “It was totally worth it…” he quipped. " We take the same and start again ! Four weeks for a game of musical chairs”, abounds the national secretary of the communist party, Fabien Roussel. The ecologist Julien Bayou castigated "a right-wing government that does not care at all about ecology and social issues", pointing to the absence of a Minister of Housing.

"Spanish Inn, Act II"

On the right, Senator LR Roger Karoutchi wondered about "a change of political line" with this new cast, which LR deputy for Vaucluse Julien Aubert described as "Spanish inn, act II". Damien Abad, the former president of the LR group in the National Assembly appointed Minister of Solidarity, came under heavy fire from his former comrades.

Finally, among the new personalities appointed to the government, the arrival of historian Pap Ndiaye at the Ministry of National Education has particularly caused a reaction. The far right violently criticized his appointment, Marine Le Pen calling him "an assumed indigenist" and the interim president of the RN Jordan Bardella denouncing a "racialist and anti-cop activist". Marine Le Pen and Éric Zemmour accuse him of wanting to "deconstruct" the country. Some LR elected officials, among the most right-wing, also attacked the new minister. "Wokism and racialism are incompatible with the Republic", ignited Julien Aubert. In contrast, Jean-Luc Mélenchon hailed a "great intellectual".


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