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the government must “tell the truth” even if “it is unpleasant to hear”


Laura Laplaud
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08:27, May 21, 2022

Between the Covid-19 crisis which marked France and the war in Ukraine, the government must be transparent about the state of the country and its burning issues, insisted Antoine Foucher, president of Quintet Conseil, former chief of staff of the former Minister of Labor Muriel Pénicaud, guest of Jean-Pierre Elkabbach on Saturday.

Should Elisabeth Borne tell the painful truth? For Antoine Foucher, president of Quintet Conseil, former chief of staff of the former Minister of Labor Muriel Pénicaud, the Prime Minister must “tell the truth” even if “she is unpleasant to hear”. “Typically, the energy transition cannot be done with maintaining purchasing power,” he said on Europe 1 / CNews on Saturday.

“What makes a lot of people drop out and no longer listen to what politicians say is that they feel like they have been told cracks for years,” argued the author of The post-Covid world.

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