Élisabeth Borne promises to be “a diligent deputy” while “remaining faithful to surpassing herself”
During a speech to Renaissance elected officials at the National Assembly, Élisabeth Borne explained that she “will be a diligent, constructive deputy, attentive to the project of the government and the majority.
“I will remain faithful to the progress made by the President of the Republic in 2017,” she further assured.
“I am proud and happy to continue the fight for the success of our country alongside you,” concluded the new MP from Calvados.
Élisabeth Borne evokes “very beautiful memories” at the National Assembly but recognizes laws “more difficult than others”
The former Prime Minister spoke to the deputies present at a group meeting.
Looking back on her experience, Élisabeth Borne assured that she had “very beautiful memories” in the National Assembly, citing in particular the law on renewable energies, passed with the votes of the left.
“Certain texts were more difficult than others,” however, admitted the woman who once again became a deputy for Calvados. Both the pension reform and the immigration law were adopted with pain.
Élisabeth Borne highly applauded by Renaissance deputies for her return to the Assembly
Élisabeth Borne is attending her very first group meeting this morning since leaving Matignon.
The former Prime Minister, who is making her return to the chamber, was entitled to “three standing ovations” from her troops, according to a participant on BFMTV.
Élisabeth Borne promises to “put a lot of energy” into the National Assembly
The former Prime Minister, who has never sat in the Assembly since her election in June 2022, has repeatedly displayed her enthusiasm.
“I will continue to put a lot of energy into my political commitment,” she explained last week to BFM Normandie, assuring “her pleasure” in meeting the deputies.
“Depression”, “cure of silence”: Élisabeth Borne facing the difficult return of a Prime Minister to the Assembly
The former tenant of Matignon who returns to the hemicycle follows in the footsteps of many of his predecessors who decided to become deputies again like Jean-Marc Ayrault, Manuel Valls, François Fillon…
“It is less your past than the future that will establish your place in the Assembly. If you still have ambition, you will have a place. Otherwise, you drag your pain in the corridors”, summarizes Alain Madelin, former -Minister of the Economy and MP for more than twenty years.
>> Here we summarize for you how the return to the Assembly of former Prime Ministers went and the challenges to face for Élisabeth Borne.
Former government executives face the test of “not so obvious” return to the Assembly
A battalion of former ministers returns to the hemicycle this Tuesday.
If some return with the desire to have influence internally within the majority like Olivier Dussopt, others like Olivier Véran and Clément Beaune should especially take advantage of their time in the Assembly to prepare for the future. “It’s a bit like the return of the left wing to the Assembly, that’s for sure. But will they manage to do what they failed to do in government? Nobody believes in it,” says a member of parliament who is more right-wing within the group.
>> We explain to you here how the return of ex-members of the government will happen.
Group meeting, questions to governments… The agenda of ex-ministers in the Assembly
In accordance with the law which allows former ministers elected deputies to return to the National Assembly, former members of the government return to the Palais-Boubon this Tuesday.
Head to the Palais Bourbon in the morning for a group meeting during which Élisabeth Borne will speak.
At 3 p.m., current issues in the government will mark the new place of former ministers in the hemicycle. The former tenant of Matignon will thus sit in 4th row, behind the ministers in office.
His deputy, Freddy Sertin, was at the very back of the hemicycle.
Borne, Véran, Dussopt… Former government ministers return to the National Assembly
Welcome to this political live dedicated to the return to the National Assembly of former government figures.
From Élisabeth Borne to Olivier Véran via Clément Beaune or Olivier Dussopt, no less than nine ministers return to the hemicycle this Tuesday.