Marine Le Pen (RN) announced Thursday that she would table a motion of censure against the government after the use of 49.3 on the text of the pension reform by Elisabeth Borne, considering that the latter “cannot stay” at Matignon.
“We hope that those who were about to vote against this pension reform will vote for this motion of censure. As far as we are concerned, we will table a motion and we will vote for all of the motions of censure that will be tabled,” added the president of the Rassemblement national (RN) group in the National Assembly, which has 88 deputies.
The unsuccessful three-time presidential candidate considered that the use of 49.3 “is a statement of total failure for Emmanuel Macron”, “a personal failure” by the President of the Republic, as much as an “extraordinary admission of weakness” by the government.
According to her, Elisabeth Borne “cannot stay” in Matignon. “She must leave. Staying would be considered an additional slap in the face of the French people,” added Marine Le Pen, considering that the situation was that of a “political crisis”.