Louis de Raguenel, edited by Ophélie Artaud 3:20 p.m., July 02, 2022

If the new government team could be unveiled at the beginning of next week, for Emmanuel Macron and Élisabeth Borne, the objective is to try to convince as many deputies as possible who are not part of the majority.

The arrival of new political figures in the government could enable them to achieve this.

A busy weekend for the executive, with the reshuffle expected to arrive shortly.

The coming days are therefore decisive, because the whole challenge for Emmanuel Macron and Élisabeth Borne is to try to convince as many deputies as possible who are not part of the majority.

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A five-year term under the sign of permanent compromise

The objective of the President of the Republic and the Prime Minister is to encourage them to either vote for the confidence of the government next Wednesday, or to abstain in order to relegitimize a new government team which could be unveiled at the beginning of next week, Monday or Tuesday.

For example, many votes could change in the event of the arrival in government of a political figure like Christelle Morançais, the president of the group Les Républicains des Pays de la Loire.

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For Emmanuel Macron and Élisabeth Borne, the question is how many deputies she would be able to bring behind her to vote for the confidence of the government.

Because Emmanuel Macron is aware that after the setback of the legislative elections, this five-year term will be that of permanent compromise.

He has every intention of winning at least one small victory, albeit a symbolic one: that his government obtains the vote of confidence from the deputies.

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