Wendy Bouchard: Today, resignation, reshuffle, mid-term election, has being a minister become a priesthood?

Current events, topics in tune with the times and discovery: two hours to do "The trick of the question". Accompanied by Julie, Wendy Bouchard initiates the debate, invites listeners to exchange live, and surrounds herself with specialists to answer their questions.


Current events, topics in tune with the times and discovery: two hours to do "The trick of the question". Accompanied by Julie, Wendy Bouchard initiates the debate, invites listeners to exchange live, and surrounds herself with specialists to answer their questions.

Topic 1: Resignation, reshuffle, mid-term election, is being a minister a priesthood?

FB: In your opinion, do ministers have their hands free to act?

At the approach of the European elections, then municipal, several ministers like Nathalie Loiseau, are about to resign from the government to be candidates. A reshuffle in the coming days is very likely. Why leave this office for a local mandate? To become a minister was until now a consecration. Is this still the case? Has it become a springboard more than a culmination? How has this function evolved in recent years, with the end of the accumulation of mandates and the moralization of public life?

- Jean Marie Le Guen , former minister, former PS deputy.

- Robert Namias , Great Voice of Europe 1

REF: https://www.europe1.fr/emissions/on-fait-le-tour-de-la-question-avec-wendy-bouchard/wendy-bouchard-aujourdhui-demission-remaniement-election-a-mi-mandat-etre-ministre-est-il-devenu-un-sacerdoce-3880706