the “sanitary cord” persists in the Assembly
Through Marylou Magal Published 14 minutes ago, Update 1 minute ago Marine Le Pen’s group…
14 minutes ago, Update 1 minute ago
Marine Le Pen’s group presented, on Thursday, before the Hemicycle, seven handpicked bills. STEPHANE DE SAKUTIN/AFP
During its parliamentary niche, the RN encountered opposition from other groups.
It bends, bends, but does not completely break. The “sanitary cord”, obviously. This Thursday, at the Assembly, the National Rally passed its institutional baptism of fire. On the occasion of his parliamentary niche, Marine Le Pen’s group had one day to present seven hand-picked bills (PPL) to the Chamber. An essential day for the Lepenists, who had been summoned to come in large numbers. At 9 a.m., a late MP was worrying about the consequences of his absence. “I’m going to get yelled at, we were told to be present!“More than the question of the adoption or not of these texts, the challenge, for the RN, was to demonstrate that at the Palais Bourbon, too, the dike had given way, and that they were no longer the subject of forced isolation.
Failed, or not entirely successful. The first two texts of the niche, examined until the end of the afternoon, did not pass the filter of the vote. The first, aimed at inciting a 10% wage increase, as well…