Charles de Courson, the deputy whose motion of censure links RN and Nupes
PORTRAIT – By tabling a cross-partisan motion of censure, the MP from the Liot group is indeed giving all the opponents of the Head of State a chance to bring down his government.
Charles of Courson struggling to repress the smile that forms on his lips. October 2022, night has fallen for a while now. The centrist deputy of the Marne stands upright in the Hemicycle. He is preparing, as often in recent days in the National Assembly, to defend one of his amendments to the 2023 finance bill. “The floor is with the deputy Charles de Courson”launches the session chair. “Aaaaah”, exclaim in chorus of many deputies from the four corners of the Hemicycle. Flatterers.
The dean in longevity of mandate of the Palais Bourbon – he has been a deputy since 1993, that is to say thirty years – does not sulk his pleasure. Like every year, the budget is a privileged moment for him. The opportunity to demonstrate his wide and solid technical skills, he who has sat for many years on the Finance Committee. With verve and meticulousness, far from political games, he offers his vision of public finance. “We love it. It is a bit like the mascot of the National Assembly”