the first reactions of the opposition

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This Thursday, Emmanuel Macron participated in the traditional July 14 interview and returned to many current topics, which affect the start of his five-year term. An interview which did not fail to react to all the political parties and many members of the opposition, who spoke in particular via their social networks.

“The President is preparing the French for new difficulties”, according to Fabien Roussel

Olivier Faure, First Secretary of the Socialist Party, reacted on Twitter: “I have vainly tried to seize every opportunity to compromise with Emmanuel Macron. Salaries, unemployment insurance, pensions, Uberisation of work, tax on superprofits: its course is clear. His outstretched hand does not concern us.”

Fabien Roussel, deputy and national secretary of the French Communist Party, also expressed himself on Twitter: “Energy and food crisis: the President is preparing the French for new difficulties. Above all, we must restore our sovereignty and tackle speculation! Invest and invest to regain our independence, protect the nation and the French people”.

Julien Bayou, deputy and national secretary of EELV, shared via his Twitter account: “Great feat by Emmanuel Macron, able to talk about the difficulties of recruitment in jobs in tension without saying a word about the obligation to increase wages and improving poor working conditions”.

“He is obtuse, stubborn, will never change”, according to Laurent Jacobelli

Alexis Corbière, deputy for La France insoumise, spoke on BFMTV: “On pensions, he is staying the course, despite the fact that he does not have a majority in the assembly. understood that if he does not have a majority, it is linked to his plan on pensions. He wants to build compromises, but on his roadmap, which seems impossible to me. We were not elected to that”. “It is you Mr. Macron who is baroque not to hear”.

Olivier Marleix, president of the Les Républicains group in the National Assembly, on Twitter: “No, Emmanuel Macron the vote of the national representation is never a ‘night heat stroke’. It is the voice of the French in their diversity Learn to hear it, learn this ‘respect for everyone’ to which you invite. This is the condition of success for France”.

Laurent Jacobelli, National Rally deputy, reacted on BFMTV: “Those who thought that Emmanuel Macron could change were wrong. He is obtuse, stubborn, he will never change. He continues his desire for social damage, with the reform of unemployment benefits and pension reform, and a policy of austerity”. “He is a president of the republic above ground who has understood nothing”

Nicolas Dupont-Aignan, deputy and president of Debout la France, on Twitter: “Totally surreal interview with a talkative and overwhelmed Emmanuel #Macron! How will the French be able to bear this for another 5 years?”



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