SPEECH: The President of the Republic, Emmanuel Macron will not speak on July 14th to take stock of the 100 days to relaunch the five-year term
Emmanuel Macron will not speak during the national holiday of July 14th celebrating Bastille Day, in order to take stock of the 100 days to relaunch the five-year term. On the other hand, he will speak well “in the coming days”, said the Elysée on Wednesday.
On the 17th April, by decreeing “a hundred days of appeasement” and “action” to end the pension reform crisis, President Macron had nevertheless given an appointment this Friday for “a first assessment”.
Several “construction sites” in progress
The Head of State had instructed his government to move forward on several projects within this period of time. He thus called for drawing up a new “pact for life at work”, for “strengthening the control of illegal immigration “, for establishing a “deeply rebuilt” health system or even for taking measures for schools in back-to-school view.
Its Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne claims to have “delivered” this roadmap. “All the projects that we presented at the end of April in the roadmap have been undertaken on the four axes”, she pleaded in Le Parisien. The president will therefore draw up the conclusions during his next speech, while rumours of a reshuffle are buzzing.
Emmanuel Macron only lent himself twice to the traditional presidential interview on July 14th, over his six years in office. The Elysée has not yet specified the format that this future expression will take.