Six years after his election, Macron thanks his voters in a handwritten letter
“Thank you to all my compatriots who, six years ago, trusted me for the first…
“Thank you to all my compatriots who, six years ago, trusted me for the first time. It is with these words that Emmanuel Macron thanked his voters on Sunday May 7 in a handwritten letter on the occasion of a double anniversary: the first anniversary of his inauguration in 2022 and the six years of his first election. as President of the Republic.
“Since the first moment of these six years, I have tried, in the responsibility that is mine and in the function that you have entrusted to me, to work in the service of all French people, of our children and of the general interest. . Count on all my commitment and determination,” added the Head of State.
Earlier in the day on Sunday, several members of the government such as Elisabeth Borne and Franck Riester welcomed the results presented as positive by the President of the Republic on the occasion of this sixth anniversary.
We can be proud of the road traveled and the progress made in 6 years.
Together, let us remain determined to meet the many challenges before us and to improve the lives of our fellow citizens. https://t.co/zgaquZcUwJ
— Elisabeth BORNE (@Elisabeth_Borne) May 7, 2023
This May 7, it’s been 6 years since@EmmanuelMacron acts #For us all. Public services, security, education, employment: the results are there, concrete.
There is still a lot to do with you, and all those who want to advance France, in Parliament and in the territories! pic.twitter.com/Och14zVgci
— Frank Riester (@franckriester) May 7, 2023
The publication of this handwritten letter comes in a difficult context for Emmanuel Macron and his government, much criticized for the pension reform.
This Monday, the Head of State goes to the Arc de Triomphe to celebrate the commemoration of the 78ᵉ anniversary of the victory of May 8, 1945 then to Lyon to return tribute to Jean Moulin, a symbol of resistance. For the occasion, security perimeters have been established in the two cities in order to prohibit demonstrations and gatherings.
After the call of certain unions to demonstrate against the pension reform on the occasion of this Monday, May 8, several politicians said opponents of the reform should pause the challenge.