RN Jean-Philippe Tanguy mocks “an end-of-reign reshuffle”


After the reshuffle that took place on Thursday, Jean-Philippe Tanguy, the delegate president of the National Rally group in the Assembly, believes that “if the President of the Republic thinks of reviving his government with these few really very superficial changes, not much will happen “.

“It’s an end-of-reign reshuffle”mocks the deputy president of the Rassemblement National (RN) group in the Assembly, Jean-Philippe Tanguy, Friday July 21 on franceinfo, after the reorganization of the team of the Prime Minister, Elisabeth Borne. “It is this kind of reshuffle that we had, in previous mandates, a few months before a presidential election and a change of majority”he insists. “It’s quite appalling”.

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“If the President of the Republic thinks of relaunching his government with these few really very superficial changes, not much will happen”, he predicted. Only 11 changes were decided on Thursday July 20 by Emmanuel Macron and the head of government. Jean-Philippe Tanguy also points “a tightening on the macronie”while several followers of the Head of State have been promoted or have entered the government, to the detriment of personalities from civil society.

Among them: Gabriel Attal, early supporter of the president. Previously Minister in charge of Public Accounts, he became Minister of National Education. Among the priorities he set on his arrival rue de Grenelle, on the evening of Thursday July 20, he cited “respect for authority and fundamental knowledge at the heart of the school”. “I think that Mr. Attal will unfortunately do the opposite of what he announces”already accuses the RN deputy of the Somme.

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In effect, “one of the fundamental problems at National Education is that this ministry is not held by political will, but by a high administration which cuffs political action and which wants to impose its program of deconstruction of education which it has been leading for 40 years against winds and tides”he says.

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