European flag on town halls: the flag divides the majority
By Wally Bordas Posted 41 minutes ago , Update 41 minutes ago Illustrative photo. Marek…
By Wally Bordas
41 minutes ago
Update 41 minutes ago
Illustrative photo. Marek Brandt /Sinuswelle – stock.adobe.com
The bill, defended by the deputy of Val-de-Marne Mathieu Lefèvre, will be examined in public session on Tuesday.
A secondary debate? At the end of last week, several deputies from the presidential camp did not hide their annoyance. In question: the choice of the Renaissance group to keep on the agenda of the National ***embly a bill aimed at imposing the presence of the European flag on town halls. Rejected in committee last Wednesday after the adoption of two deletion amendments tabled by La France insoumise and the National Rally, the text, defended by the deputy of Val-de-Marne Mathieu Lefèvre, will be examined in public session on Tuesday.
And the debates risk once again turning against the majority group, The Republicans, the RN and the Nupes being opposed to it. “Totally out of step with the priorities of the country”for example, scolded MP LR Éric Pauget, when MP RN Hervé de Lépinau believes that such a measure would be a “contempt of the Constitution”. But that’s not all, because even within the presidential alliance, some seem unimpressed…