By Dinah Cohen
A third plenary session, scheduled for Thursday at the Élysée, should focus on the local action of the CNR.
Don’t go say that the National Refoundation Council coming to an end. Don’t go saying, either, that this great democratic invention flopped. It would be to attract the wrath of the Élysée, which stubbornly defends its tool inaugurated a year ago to the day. A new meeting is also planned for this Thursday, September 7 at the Palais de l’Élysée, with Emmanuel Macron And Elisabeth Borne, for a third plenary session. A handful of ministers, local elected officials and union representatives will also be present to take stock of the past year.
There is no doubt that the president, between two distributions of illustrative brochures, will praise the concrete effects observed in the field, “under the radar“. Mainly on health, but also education, where no less than 9,000 projects are currently being validated and funded. “The money is coming and we will see many educational projects start these days”we are ured at the Château.