Bergé does not want to “go back to what we knew with the yellow vests” – RT in French

While anger is brewing against the pension reform and the use of 49.3 by Elisabeth Borne, the president of the Renaissance group in the Hemicycle Aurore Bergé condemned the stoning of the permanence of President LR Eric Ciotti.

Invited this March 19 from Political issues on France Inter, France Info and The world the president of the Renaissance group in the National Assembly Aurore Bergé stressed that she condemned the stoning on the night of March 18 to 19 of the permanence of the president of Les Républicains Eric Ciotti.

“I don’t want us to go back to what we experienced with the Yellow Vests. […] I do not want the deputies to fear the use of violence again”, she also launched, denouncing what she considers to be methods of intimidation to “change [leurs] vote”.

“It is not possible that we fear physically about what can happen to us, we can only fear the political consequences, that is the life of democracy,” added Aurore Bergé, assuring that the Minister of Interior had “given very clear instructions to the prefects to protect the offices and homes of the most exposed deputies”.

The president of LR Eric Ciotti spoke out against the cross-partisan motion of censure tabled in reaction to the use of 49.3 by Elisabeth Borne to pass the pension reform. However, the vote of the 61 LR deputies will be decisive for the future of the motion, of which the right and left oppositions are signatories.

Aurore Bergé on LR: “It’s a party that is no longer one”

While the question of how many LR deputies could line up behind this motion of censure is on everyone’s lips, Aurore Bergé launched serious accusations against them: “LR deputies came knocking on the door of Matignon saying ready to vote for the reform against an envelope of 170 million euros to make a motorway bypass.

Relaunched by journalists on the identity of the elected officials in question, she refused to give names. “My intimate conviction is that we could win this vote”, affirmed the leader of the elected Renaissance, deploring that it did not take place “because of a party which is no longer one A”. “Internal settling of accounts among the LRs lowered the level of the deputies”, she further declared, believing that Elisabeth Borne had “faced a kind of harpy in the National Assembly [le 16 mars]”.

Be that as it may, the deputy for Yvelines wants to believe that the question will be closed on March 20 with the rejection of the motion of censure: “Whatever happens, the political time on the pension reform will stop [le 20 mars]”.


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