“This is a big change we are going through,” warned the head of state, returning to the recent “series of serious crises” from Ukraine to drought, back to school in the preamble to the Council of Ministers. ‘Elysium.’
“The moment in which we live may seem to be structured by a series of serious crises (…) and it may be that some people view our destiny as one of managing crises or emergencies. For my part, I believe that this is what we are passing through more than a sequence of great changes or a great upheaval”, declared Emmanuel Macron during an extraordinary broadcast address to ministers.
Faced with this situation, “our compatriots may react with great concern”, he called on members of the government to “say things”, “with great clarity and without devastation”.
“I hope the government will honor the word given and the promises made to the nation,” he said.
“I hope that in the coming weeks and months we can reaffirm a very strong unity of government, of the forces of the majority” around a course that will allow us to consolidate our sovereignty, our French and European independence , ” He added.
Faced with “the rise of immoral regimes” and the “strengthening of authoritarian regimes”, the president called on ministers to be “serious”, “credible” and not be tempted to “democracy”.
“It’s easy to promise anything and everything, sometimes to say anything and everything. Let’s not succumb to these temptations, it’s democracy. The complicated world that scares. It can always be tempting to say what people hear. want (…) but first you have to reason by asking yourself whether it is effective and useful,” he added, without citing specific examples.
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