Live. Follow Elisabeth Borne’s general policy speech

The great oral is here: Elisabeth Borne, the Prime Minister of the National Assembly, will be speaking this Wednesday, the occasion of her general speech on policy.

Live. Follow Elisabeth Borne’s general policy speech

The great oral is here: Elisabeth Borne, the Prime Minister of the National Assembly, will be speaking this Wednesday, the occasion of her general speech on policy. This speech is unusual in that it is the first time a woman has given herself to the exercise since Edith Cresson 1991 and she only has a relative majority of the deputies.

She will not accept a vote of confidence, unlike many of her predecessors. In an atmosphere promising to be electric, the leaders of the different groups will step in.

Elisabeth Borne will also be speaking on the 20-hour newscast at TF1.

3:01 p.m . : Elisabeth Borne speaks

The Prime Minister starts her general policy speech. It should last approximately an hour. "I am speaking to France, and I am speaking to you." We all know the scale of the task, the French must protect, and the Republic must defend", she said, adding that "We can't disappoint".

2:58 p.m. Borne arrives at the Assembly

Elisabeth Borne arrived in the National Assembly. As she left Matignon, she stated that she was calm and focused. As she walked towards the Palais Bourbon, she was surrounded by Olivier Veran and Gerald Darmanin, Franck Riester, Marlene Schiappa, and several of her ministers.

2:52 p.m . : Left-wing deputies have submitted their motion for censure

It's been confirmed: The four left-leaning groups in the National Assembly presented their motion of censure to show "mistrust" towards the government just before Elisabeth Borne made her general policy statement.

"In the absence a vote of confidence", which was never requested by the Prime Minister,"we have no choice but to present this motion of no confidence", justify the groups LFI and PS in their text submitted at the presidency of National Assembly and sent to the press.

2.50 p.m. No vote of confidence following the speech

Elisabeth Borne's government was reshuffled Monday following the legislative slap. She will not request the confidence of the deputies because she lacks a majority. She joins her seven predecessors from the left and right, who abandoned the quest for the confidence of the deputies under Fifth Republic's declaration of general policy. This was Maurice Couve de Murville and Pierre Messmer.

2:45 p.m . : There is already a motion for censure

The Nupes Left Alliance announced Tuesday that it would submit a motion for censure. Mathilde Panot, leader of LFI deputies, said that this would put everyone in the spotlight and make them accountable for their actions. Although the text will be reviewed on Friday, there are very few chances that it will be adopted.

"Probably no, she won’t be adopted. But it is important to note acts. Democracy is an integral part of our country," Ms. Panot said Wednesday on BFMTV/RMC.

2:45 p.m . This live will be devoted to Elisabeth Borne's general political speech. It must begin at 3:45 p.m.

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