Despite the insistence of the Insoumis for the organization of a vote of confidence after the declaration of general policy by Elisabeth Borne in the National Assembly, the Prime Minister maintains the mystery.

"I will make my decision after the consultations (with the various parliamentary groups) and I will make this choice known when the time comes," the head of government told the press after a visit to the headquarters of Planning. family.

"There is no decision taken, it is a subject that deserves consideration," she added.

The only known information: a decree published in the Official Journal on Wednesday announces the convocation of Parliament in extraordinary session from July 5 and lists the texts on the menu, including purchasing power and health security.

“Roadmap” and new government

Elisabeth Borne continues her consultations with the leaders of the parliamentary groups in the National Assembly by receiving successively at Matignon André Chassaigne (PCF), Mathilde Panot (LFI) then the leader of the RN deputies, Marine Le Pen, finally the "independents" Bertrand Pancher and Christophe Naegelen.

Reinforced by Emmanuel Macron in her role as majority leader, Elisabeth Borne must formulate proposals for the end of the week "for a roadmap" and the composition of a new government scheduled for early July.


From the Palais Bourbon to Matignon, three women in power, a first in French politics

Elisabeth Borne congratulates Yaël Braun-Pivet, new President of the National Assembly

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