Cheraw Chronicle

Complete News World

French Prime Minister Born offers his resignation and Macron refuses |  Abroad

French Prime Minister Born offers his resignation and Macron refuses | Abroad

French Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne has submitted her resignation after the defeat of President Emmanuel Macron’s party coalition in the election. It is usual for the prime minister to leave after such a heavy political defeat. But Macron did not accept her resignation.

He believes that “the government should continue to carry out its duties.” Macron says he is looking for “possible constructive solutions”. His party coalition “The Group” won only 245 seats in the National Assembly out of 577 deputies in the parliamentary elections. He has ruled until this week with a majority of 350 seats. Macron must now look for new allies or partners in tolerance.

So he is talking with the leaders of all the political parties to see what kind of government can come. He has the best chance with the center-right Republicans (LR), who now have 61 seats. But his Republican interlocutor Christian Jacob, head of the party, said on Tuesday he did not want to know about “some kind of agreement or alliance” with Macron’s government. Jaboub said that would be voter fraud because he believes LR is in opposition and will remain so. If the president wants something from us, he “has to come up with proposals.” Macron heard the same message from his socialist interlocutor, Olivier Faure. Fore has nothing against the president’s proposals to make progress, such as “raising the minimum wage to 1,500 euros”.

The biggest winners in parliamentary elections have long argued that Macron should disappear from the political stage due to what they see as disastrous policies. Jean-Luc Mélenchon’s radical left coalition Nupes (New Populist Ecological and Social Union) won 131 parliamentary seats, but it does not constitute a cohesive unit. The EELV environmental party and the communists had already declared that they did not want a united faction of Nubians led by Melenchon. Then the populist National Rally (National Assembly) led by Marine Le Pen became the largest opposition party in the French Chamber of Deputies with 89 seats. Mélenchon’s party, “La France Insomes” (France Not Introduced), won nearly 80 seats.

See also  White boy can recover safely, black boy hits his knee in the neck: amazement at police action in an American brawl