It does not resume ! It was Wednesday, July 22, on the perron of the Elysium. Jean Castex, with a stack of folders out of the council of ministers, let appear, inadvertently, to a handwritten note confidential with the head of the Prime minister.
captured by the press photographers, the awkwardness had entertained viewers and political observers, who had tried to decrypt the message and to imagine with whom the Prime minister had been able to exchange a few words note to the unveiling of two different scripts.
#Castex fate of the council of minister with a paper or he scored "you won't take me a second time" photo J. Witt / Sipa Press pic.twitter.com/5cyaNsLZfa— James Witt (@JacquesWitt) July 29, 2020
You won't take me a second time ! Beautiful summer to you.
And the act II do not wait. This Wednesday, July 29th, the ex-mayor of Prades (Pyrénées-Orientales) sent, on purpose this time, a new message to the curious. On the same front porch, it gave a right of reply in the form of twinkling of an eye letter : "You won't take me a second time ! Beautiful summer to you. "
The dialogue is spotted, the previous week, very probably written during the council of ministers on the allocation of posts of secretaries of State, stated the former secretary of State with Jean-Michel Blanquer – that would take care of the youth and associative life – and new government spokesman, Gabriel Attal.
[Game summer] "Finally,we found a bone to gnaw for the young Gabriel [Attal]?" "No..."— Paul Larrouturou (@PaulLarrouturou) July 22, 2020
Oops, Jean Castex, shows to photographers a small word written during the council of ministers today.
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One could read : "Finally, we found a bone to gnaw for the young Gabriel ? [31-year-old, Gabriel Attal is the youngest member of the government, editor's NOTE] ", " No ", said the interlocutor, who continued by explaining that this first "wanted to take care of the associative life" and made known that he would have wanted to be the " chief of MEN (ministry of national Education, editor's NOTE] ". And concluded in these terms : "It is difficult to have 40 ministers and secretaries of State and a mission to detach the PP [spokesperson for the government, editor's NOTE]. "
Neither the prime minister nor the entourage of Gabriel Attal had wanted to comment on the awkwardness of the new Prime minister. That is, in a sense – done !